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Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Things On My To Do List That I Probably Won't Do

1. Stop ruining my 11 year old's life.
2. Figure out why the one sport my husband watches on TV is the one loved by everyone else in the world except Americans. Does he hate America?
3. Do less.
4. Figure out a way to make it look like I do more.
5. Stop calling Scramble and Words with Friends a productive use of my time.
6. Grow a super awesome garden and learn how to can my plethora of produce.
7. Nag less. (I would need the cooperation of those I nag for this).
8. Sleep through a Monday. Any Monday. They all stink.
9. Follow through on my threat to go on a looong vacation the next time my kids fight.
10. Find that calendar of daily organizational chores I printed out in January.
11. Find time to find that list.
12. Care enough about having an organized junk drawer to find the time to find that list so I know what day I was supposed to do that job.
13. Stop making to do lists for other people.
14. Start making real to do lists for myself.
15. Do the things on my For Reals This Time To Do List.

8 comments:

Nadine Feldman said...

Hilarious! (she writes as she just spent several minutes looking for her to-do list)

Kristina P. said...

Hey, I think WWF really increases brain functioning.

Karen Peterson said...

Kristina is right. WwF is totally going to keep me from getting Alzheimer's. I use it for medical purposes.

Enjoy Birth said...

OK, what is this sport that your hubby watches? It is OK my husband watches NO sports, so yours is maybe considered cooler than mine?

Alyssa said...

What would I do with my time if you stopped playing Scramble? And Mondays are my favorite days because my kids go back to school, does that make me a bad mom? I don't care.

Angela Cothran said...

Brittany--you kill me! Don't give up on #1. Do you need some good ideas? I'm really good at this.

Kristy said...

You inspired me. I made my own to-do list and posted it on my blog. kristystories.blogspot.com

Paula said...

words with friends is productive, and I think it might help stop dementia or something like that.