Parkrastinate n. The inability to decide which parking space to choose in a near empty parking lot.
So it’s around 6 AM in the morning wherever you are. The quick service restaurants and doughnut shops are open, as are some supermarkets, and the scents of freshly-made, warm baked good fills the air, as does the aroma of petroleum products as early risers gas up their cars en route to work or class. Oddly, even though the stores and restaurants are in full business, and the coffee is beckoning you to come in and get a cup, for some reason, there are all these empty parking spaces before you, and you just do not know which one to take. You cannot parkrastinate for too long, because those danishes are getting more stale by the minute. Those bacon, egg, and cheese biscuits and crunchy hash brown potatoes are waiting, and it is their destiny for you to consume them. Once this delightful task is taken care of, you might encounter more parkrastination along the way as you head into other stores or places just opening up. Being a morning person has its advantages, and hopefully you will get over your parkrastination soon, because those empty spaces won’t stay that way for much longer.