When you make a list, it really can go a variety of ways. You could accomplish everything on your list. You could accomplish only a few things on the list. Or the very last option, you could have performance anxiety and accomplish nothing on the list. I fall in the middle option. I accomplished a few things on my list.
Things that I accomplished:
1. Going to Dunkin Donuts for coffee. There has to be priorities.
2. I went food shopping. I will probably have to pop in again today because I forgot a few items. I really should make a list for grocery shopping but that would be too organized.
3. I decorated most of the house. It looks good and with the candles in the windows, I can now hold my head high with the neighbors.
4. I made the buffalo wings for my husband to take with him last night. I also dropped him off because parking where he was going is nuts.
5. Went to Rite-aid to pick up my husbands prescription for sleeping pills. I really don't know why he takes them because they don't work. He has been up all night playing Call of Duty Black Ops, a few feet from me and my laptop, as I write. This is a problem for me on different levels. I like to write on my laptop. I have a home office but don't like to write on the ancient desktop there. When he is playing his stupid games, I can't concentrate on writing. So lately, he has been cramping my style.
The rest of the list, I didn't accomplish yesterday. But the good things about lists is that you can pick up where you left off. I have already cleaned the bathroom, taken down the curtains and am doing my first load of laundry.
Another thing that I did yesterday that wasn't on the list was go and drop off more money for an oil delivery for Monday. As I was getting decorations from the basement, I decided to look at the oil level. It was getting low which seems kind of quick but I don't want to run out. So I went and made arrangements, with cash in hand, to have more come tomorrow. I really wish there was another way. Solar or wind power would be great. I hate relying on oil to heat my house.