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To Dos Sunday

Sunday, March 21, 2010

I am the best list maker in the world. Just never get much checked off. Something about having too much on the list and then getting discouraged and/or running in circles. So, this is my abbreviated to do list for today:

Spark - CHECK!

Ironing - didn't know I had that much cotton

Clean out the fridge - started yesterday (found yogurt I wasted and a couple of frozen eggs)

Wash sheets and other whites - this is a multi-step process as the bed is currently holding the ironing

Clean out lint hose on dryer - thanks for the reminder Mamabearlicious - do you have a small child I can borrow?

Mend seam in seat of navy slacks - thanks for the reminder Annemargo

Walk Jolie for at least 30 minutes - beyond her regular potty walks - that's only one trip down to the church, around the park and back

Here I go.....
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  • no profile photo CD4419646
    Lists are good even if you can't get them all checked off in one day... there's always tomorrow.
    3845 days ago
  • GRAPEIDEA
    I LOVE lists! I hope you were able to cross most of those off :)
    3845 days ago
  • CAROLFAITHWALKR
    I cleaned part of my fridge out and cooked and job hunted. No long list like yours!!
    3845 days ago
  • MAMABEARLICIOUS
    i don't have a small child but i do have an electric leaf blower that cleans out the lint hose really well !!!! emoticon
    3846 days ago
  • DAZEFAN408
    I'm sorry, my small child is currently being used to clean out shower drains. But I wish you luck on completing your list.
    3846 days ago
  • LESSJAYNE
    LOL....your Sunday list looks somewhat similar to mine! Well not the dryer hose but the other things. Makes monday look pretty good.
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    3846 days ago
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