Today I will finish my to do list.
Or at least as much of my to do list as I’ll get complete for awhile. This is my last day of “vacation.” In fact, my vacation ends today at noon when Little Miss climbs off the bus and our normal schedule resumes. No more both wee ones out of the house and time for me to do what I want and need to be done.
In the next four hours — after I get Little Miss onto the bus, of course, and Mister Man dropped off at preschool, I have quite an impressive plan.
First, I will stop by the library to get Eclipse. Yep, I may have been number seven on the hold list, but somehow the book came in for me the day after I finished New Moon. I’m thinking this may be the end of my productivity, but … I’ve got plans.
I also need to stop by four local businesses that have promised donations for the wee ones’ Cinco de Mayo fundraiser at preschool. Of course, one of them is ten minutes south of me and another ten minutes north of me. It’s hard to complain when they’re donating though, isn’t it?
Oh, and I can’t forget that I am supposed to be volunteering at our local elementary school’s rummage sale. In exchange for volunteer hours, they share the proceeds from the sale with the wee ones’ preschool. I’ve spent ten of my “free” hours there so far this week.
I also need to do some more weeding. I had the entire front landscaping, in addition to most of the north side of the house and half my garden free of weeds. And then it rained. And rained. I’ll show pictures of the damage tomorrow. Let’s just say that I invested in Preen when I stopped at Costco this week.
Most importantly though, today I will be sure that Little Miss naps. She has to nap today. Her napping is the only way I can read, Eclipse, after all. Well, unless I skip the rest of my obligations and instead hang out at the library to read.
I wouldn’t do that though, would I?