- opening mail in a timely manner. I'm finally getting at it tonight. Last time I did it? OCTOBER.
- along with that, obviously, is my sucking at paying bills on time. Especially bills that arrive in the mail.
- remembering I've put food in the garage fridge. HOLY HANNAH that soup looks awful one month later.
- cleaning dead food out of forgotten fridges. What's the worst that can happen if I leave it another week?
- entertaining salesmen in my office. Oy. So awkward. They've wanted to 'pick me up, take me on a tour of their facilities ('have you ever seen envelopes being formed? It's fascinating' they promise) then out for lunch, and back to the office.' SHUDDER, SHUDDER, SHUDDER. I can't imagine a worse way to spend two - three hours. In order to avoid that, I've finally relented (I haven't been receptive to these offers since December) and simply invited them to pop by my office. But WHAT? I don't know how to do this. Talk about envelopes?
- eating vegetables. And moving. I sit an awful lot.
- remembering to take the garbage and recycling to the curb on Wednesday nights.
- filing. I don't think this will ever change.
Three things I'm thankful for:
1. Fun weekend plans.
2. No more envelope salesmen to come calling. I've seen them all now.
3. A brain that can still learn things.
4. Appliances that work.
5. Easter is coming.
6. Pink flowers.
7. Happy music.
8. Bubble baths.
9. Brown eyes.
10. Clean clothing options.