I have so much to do. I’m not really complaining because most of my tasks are self-imposed.
I have essays to grade (I assigned them). I have garden plots to weed and prep (I decided to have 3 this year).
I have a speech to write (I accepted when asked-yikes).
I need to organize the planting of strawberries and raspberries (I agreed to be the garden director).
I have two more pairs of fingerless mittens to knit (I plan to gift them to my yoga instructors).
I have 4 cabled wash cloths to knit (teacher presents).
I have a new course to plan (I pitched it).
I need to redo my yard where it was torn up when the garage was being built (Only self-inflicted because I can’t have an ugly yard).
I need to build raised beds for the west side of the new garage (I don’t have to do it this year, but I want to).
I decided to create a new flower bed, and change the shape of another (to accommodate a new path that will lead from our house to the garage).
I also have to teach, clean, parent, be a wife, and play with my dog.
I need to find time to work out.
I have neglected my blog because of this to-do list, which makes me feel guilty. I decided to combine the two, which probably doesn’t make for fascinating reading (despite the title), but it is helping my organize my thoughts.
So thanks for that! 🙂
Here’s a nice picture to make up for my boring post. When I get time, I will write a post about the three-day Montana Judicial Institute I just attended.
Your t do list has so many fun, get your hands dirty projects on it! What is your new class?
History Through Literature. It is a two period class that takes the place of US History and American Literature. Inquiry based. Lots of reading, writing and discussing.
It’s not boring! But a to do list made public… Now check them off as you get done and see how un boring it is 🙂 we still have snow and more on the way… Robins have arrived without coats and we have snow.