Well, it is Wednesday, after all. Perhaps the mid-week lull has set in.
Yesterday's plans went slightly awry, although through no fault of my own. After my stellar launch of the day, I got a little tied up with
The only thing I can tell you is that I didn't scan many photos, the den is in utter disarray and I'm not sure what is done or not done on the To Do list. Mainly because I didn't make out a To Do list. But, that wasn't really my fault; On my way to the den after my marvelous morning start, I passed a magazine on the coffee table which caught my eye. Reading an article about spontaneity in there had almost convinced me that To Do lists are passé, too regimented, even counter-productive, while living a list-free and spontaneous life is the only way to live life fully. I was doubtful, I have to confess, yet ever open-minded, I was determined to give the hypothesis a fair trial. Sheer folly!
The cardinal rule for life is to have a To Do list for each day and to stick to it! I've known this all along, and I usually adhere strictly to this policy, but I am nothing if not spontaneous, which can sometimes lead to surprising results. Like lost afternoons. But, no matter; I have everything under control, and I never waste time regretting what is in the past.
Although it is now 1:00 PM and there are only a few hours left today, I will get right down to business with the scanning. Or, actually, the improving of already scanned photos- I believe that was where I left off?-- wait! I think I was going to finish 1997 first, then burn CDs. Although, I can't burn CDs until the photos are improved, can I? Blast! Where is that darn To Do list?
I'm going to have to get back to you.
Good Day, All!