I’ve been waking up in the wee hours of the morning with too much work on my mind. Today I managed to sleep till the dawn chorus began at 5:46, but my mind was still filled with to-dos — not work, this time, though.
Here are all the things I want to do today:
- Tidy the living room.
- Clean the bathrooms.
- Shovel out my office.
- Write the required reviews.
- Organize the pantry.
- Change the sheets and do the laundry
- Deposit my paycheck.
- See if the needles I bought yesterday fit the embroidery machine.
- If so, embroider the Little Girl’s name and add it to her quilt.
- If not, find another likely needle.
- Sew up the cushions I’m making for the family.
- Cut and sew a summer nightgown.
- Get a good start on the scarf I’m making for #2 daughter’s birthday.
- Take a good picture of the quilt and post it on Facebook.
- Get started on the Little Boy’s quilt.
- Do an hour for the Aussies.
- Launch the new website.
- Take a walk.
- Weed the garden.
- Place an order for my husband (and wisely choose additional items to reach the minimum).
- Find missing stickers and update planner.
I also have a date for the opera this evening and possibly the movies with the family today. And, given all the social stuff in the recent past and near future, I need to relax and enjoy some quiet time alone.
This probably can’t all be done in the time available.