I don't have to work tomorrow. Nee-nee-na-boo-boo.
Now that that's out of my system. My boss asked me this morning what I was going to do with myself tomorrow. Which brings up an interesting point. I don't get a lot of these days, days where I can stay at home the whole freakin' day and never leave the house if I so choose. (I never so choose by the way, it's just nice to know that I can.)
The only thing better than those days are the ones where I am all alone at home and don't have to leave the house all day if I so choose. School is out and the babysitter is closed, though, so it'll be me and the girls.
But I digress. I don't get a lot of these days and I always have WAAAYYYY more to do with these days than a mere 24 hours will permit. And once you figure in that I've got to eat, sleep and make sure the children eat and sleep, well, I'm just screwed.
So, here is a list of what I would like to accomplish tomorrow, in no particular order (if I prioritized this list, that would take away all the fun.)
Laundry (I have practically no clean clothes in the house)
Gardening (I'd like the get two more beds ready for planting)
Walk (preferably to the park and back with is almost two miles)
Re-arrange the basement (I have a feeling this one will get cut, but I've got to do it soon)
Spring cleaning (I haven't done it in about 7 years, so it's really time)
Read (I've got this bookclub book I'm not enjoying, but I've got to finish it or I'll never get to read anything else.)
Crochet (I still haven't finished that sweater, I need to start on a wedding present I'm planning, a baby present for a baby who's here already and I just downloaded a really cute poncho pattern for Brynna plus my church group is going to start making chemo hats, so I'd like to work on that.)
Watch daytime TV (not like soaps, but like all the canceled prime time shows I used to watch that are in syndication)
Cook (something fun, like brownies)
Organize all the kid's clothes
Get out everyone's summer stuff
What do you think? Is one day off enough?