This is what happens whenever I have any sort of assignment due:
I make a plan far in advance of the assignment's due date. I decide on what I want to do and how I want to do it, and I tell myself that it'll all get done ahead of schedule because I'm prepared.
Inevitably and usually a day or two before the assignment is due, I decide I hate everything I've done. I decide this even if I have weeks invested in something and it's 99.9% finished. I decide that there's nothing to do but completely start over.
I delete all prior work and begin anew, only to realize that I'm an asshole for doing this because now it's all being done last-minute and that will definitely be reflected in what I end up with.
Despite this feeling of being a dumbass, I will do this every single goddamn time. I am very predictable this way.
So, yes. It's happened again. I made significant headway with my project for this class and was nearly finished when I decided I loathed the story. I mean, I still loathe the story I started with. There's no way I would turn that in. But now it's getting close to my bed time (I'm old) and about two hours ago I decided that I wanted to go with a new story and a completely new way of telling it (project is being done via facebook. And it's not good. Shut up). So...whatever. I like the new story better, at least. But don't expect to be wowed during our presentations.