I like “To Do” lists in a really sick way. I finish every night at work by making a list for the next day. And the few times that I don’t do this, I find myself hopelessly lost the next morning. It’s probably a little OCD and weird, but it’s one of those quirks I just don’t want to fight.
So my Tuesday To Do list at work was kind of out of control because Wednesday is my last day of work before a few days off for vacation. Then my at home To Do list includes packing, making dinner, cleaning up, blogging, etc.
Then there is the creation of the Maine sightseeing and suggestions list I’ve been compiling slowly. I plan to dedicate some serious time to that tomorrow.
All in all, my list making has gotten a little out of control.
I did get back some sanity yesterday when I managed to squeeze in a quick 5 mile run in between the bouts of rain. There is nothing like a solid 45 minutes of just you and your thoughts to help get everything straightened out.
After my run, I made us a pretty decent dinner of pork chops, brown rice and a green bean and mushroom mixture. It was what I like to think of as a “man’s meal.” Well more so if I replaced the rice with potatoes. It would be a meat and potatoes meal by anyone’s standards.
I headed to bed fairly early Monday night after our manly dinner and watching The Bachelor Pad (so bad I know, totally negates the dinner manliness).
Then Tuesday (today) was a frenzied dash to the almost finish as I get closer to vacation time. It feels like I was trying to scramble to get everything done today when I technically have tomorrow as well. As usual, I did not make it out for an early morning run, but I have high (delusional) hopes to squeeze in a run on Wednesday morning. I just finished up making dinner for hubby and me…
Spaghetti with mushroom sauce with grape tomatoes.
And now it’s time to try to finish packing. I am going to soak up this short vacation to Maine like nothing else. It’s almost here…are you sick of me saying that yet?!
I am going to attempt to post my book review of “The Hunger Games” before we leave tomorrow night though. Add another “to do” to the list! Have you read it?!
Tell me where you’ve traveled to this summer. Anywhere fabulous you would recommend?
I love to-do lists, too! I have them floating all over my purse, desk, the pocket of my jeans…etc. I really should get organized. 😉 I also LOVE the Hunger Games. I literally stayed up all night finishing the trilogy because I was OBSESSED. Can’t wait to read your review!
A: I’m convinced the world would stop turning without the existence of to-do lists so have no shame
B: I’m reading The Hunger Games now and cant wait to read what you thought!
C: can we pretty please get together for a run soon?? 🙂
Enjoy your trip! So fun 🙂 We went to Vegas at the beginning of the summer and I wasn’t the biggest fan- I guess it just isn’t my thing. Though, we were there for a wedding and didn’t really get to see any sites or anything like that.