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Oooh, we gotta get Spencer over here: he analyzes list-making habits. For example, I notice a proliferation of question marks that shows you are thinking beyond the list, as in, "how in the hell will THAT [name on electric bill, etc.] be resolved?"

I also see that the handwriting gets wilder and bigger. That is SOME list!


my favorite action item on this list (8 down from the top): "Make list of guys"

We all should have that on our list, sabbatical or no. ;)


Ha, yes, listmaking habits indeed! For the record (and in case My Beloved is reading this), "guys" refers to the people who typically work on my house -- plumbers, landscapers, AWOL electricians, and the like. The people you call when the household crap hits the fan, as it were. And some of the guys are even women. And please note that many things on this list are checked off. This makes me feel accomplished. And balances out the question marks, no?


so-did the plants get repotted? They are not checked off-just crossed off. Wonder what that means? hmmmmmmmm


It means I decided in the larger scheme of things that maybe that's not worth it. Though I have another list on the whiteboard on my fridge and it's still on that, not crossed out. Oh, my, so many lists!

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