For instance if you ask me today to help you move on Saturday, I would probably, and magnanimously, say, "Sure. I'll help you." But on Saturday, I might chide myself with, "What was I thinking?"
An interesting premise.
So, what would happen, I wonder, it I arrived at my friends location on the appointed day and declared that the wrong Janice had agreed to help out ... not the Janice who showed up, and wants to leave?
This doesn't quite work in real-world situations. Instead, if we find ourselves disinclined to help after all, we might offer tedious excuses, or simply not show up at all. Each of these options is disingenuous.
The same can be said of maintaining of blog, i.e., when the "I" which loves writing these posts is not in sync with the "I" which must be goaded up to the keyboard because my ideas are lurking elsewhere.
So, having boxed myself into a weekly blog schedule, the words, "What was I thinking?" frequently come to mind. However, knowing that my muse will eventually show up, this "I" will bide awhile.
And sure enough, voila! Another blog post emerges. For me, my multiple "I's" (if you accept this concept) tend to cycle around a bit, and I need only wait for the correct "I" to take its turn. No problem.