This prompt is from the Daily Post
We all procrastinate. Website, magazine, knitting project, TV show, something else — what’s your favorite procrastination destination?
Well, that’s kind of hard, because I have two favorite procrastination destinations, so I’ll tell a bit about both.
The first one is an Argo Tea. It sits right next to the Goodman Theater. There’s not a time I don’t go there in which I say to myself that I’m actually going to go to that theater someday. I like this particular Argo Tea because it’s tucked away from the craziness of downtown. It’s rarely crowded, unlike most of the other Argo locations downtown. I always sit in the back, which further separates me from the hustle and bustle of the area. I could literally sit there for hours reading, or writing, or playing online…although I rarely stay that long. I love this place because it offers a breather from whatever I may be into, or whatever thoughts my mind may be hanging on. For me, procrastination is often about peace….finding peace of mind. I love this place because that is what it provides.
My other favorite place of procrastination is quite possibly the polar opposite in its physical state, but it also offers a different sort of peace and comfort. That place is Millennium Park, particularly the Jay Pritzker Pavilion. The Pritzker Pavilion, is a sight to be seen, particularly at night. They offer tons of free entertainment there. Usually, when I go there, I could be doing something else. But, once again, it brings me peace of mind, especially the classical concerts. Imagine sitting in a bowl with the city towering over you, and beautiful music surrounding you. It is something to experience.