Saturday, November 21, 2009
Manic Make-Up Saturday!
I am once again at the mercy of trying to commandeer whatever computer comes my way during each sojourn, and this was my first chance to peck out your orders. You've got to get hopping!
As do I:
-Road trip laundry, sans dryer. Jealousss?
-Fix my bed, which got all fucked up with Vitamin Water, remotes, lap tops, crooked sheets, etc. Blech. No wonder I look and feel like Gary Busey today.
-Organize my organizer. (ie--christmas lists, to-dos, etc.)
-Scan some old pics and return originals to my cousin in S.C., who entrusted me with them, and possibly work on a collage, a.k.a. spend $498534585 at Craft Warehouse.
-Clean my living quarters, even if just for a few days.
-Send updated chore list to Todd for the kids, his royal highnesses, and make sure they have enough worksheets until I return.
-DO NOT eat anything acidic.
-Thank god for coffee.
-Rejoice in your washer and dryer and keep them busy busy busy! My clothes will be hanging to dry which means I will be naked underneath a borrowed Snuggie for an unspecified period of time.
-Clean your entryway, meaning sweep, mop, wipe walls, and doorknobs, that Swine Flu shit is persistent!
-Tidy up living room by removing hings such as patio furniture, AC adapters that are so fucking heavy a two year old can break your ankle by swinging it, as his parents laugh. Fold and/or wash them if need be, and it bes. We let blankets go far too long without a trip through the old agitator.
-Wipe your kitchen down as if your new televised cooking show was airing in an hour. May as well cook too then.
-Make a list of things which will have to wait on Monday, but must be done Monday.
-Post some of your favourite Thanksgiving memories/traditions, please.
-Post five things for which you are grateful in spite of the house never feeling done.
-The health and wellness of my children, always number one, always.
-Friends who blow my mind.
-Things turning out to be less expensive than planned.
-Humour, and the fact that people know better than to be some shaman with me.