I had a habit of neologizing in high school. (Before you Google "neologize" -- hey, I didn't say the habit had ceased to exist!)
Although I was actually not, in the least, a massive procrastinator during my years of secondary education, I did occasionally decide to start my homework/projects/what-have-you a little later than I would normally have done, in an effort not to be the nerdiest nerd who ever nerded.
(It's probably unnecessary for me to point out that I failed miserably at that last attempt, but it's ok, because it's what made my husband fall in love with me later on.)
Anyway, my friends and I enjoyed making fun of our own geekiness, even back then. One of our most favored neologisms was "master procraster," a term we would apply to ourselves as we sat around studiously avoiding our homework during free periods.
Unfortunately, the rampant making-up of words backfired on me when I actually used the coinage "pointful" (logical opposite of pointless) in a class.
All of this is really just to say that I apologize for putting off blog entries of late. I've been busy, yadda yadda yadda, and so forth, but I have a lot to say, and I promise I'll get around to it one of these days.