Sunday, July 14, 2013

The Last Sunday...

This is the last Sunday - ever! - that I will get up in the morning and say to myself, "I had best get something done today, cuz the work week starts tomorrow."

Cuz, you know, after the next two days, I will no longer have 'work weeks'.  

Do you do that?  Not get much accomplished on Saturday but have a to-do list a mile long, so rush around like a crazy woman on Sunday, working on that list, crossing off as you finish each one?  No, me either.  ~grin~  

Though I do have days when I really want to get something done, I generally take things more easily than that.  What doesn't get done just doesn't get done.  There is always another day.

However.  One thing I've been thinking about with my impending retirement (gosh, how I am loving that word!)  is that I need to have some sort of structure.  Not only to my days, but to my weeks.  Not that I think I need to adhere to a rigid schedule, but some type of routine is needed, here.  Else, the days will just come and go.  Nothing will get done.  I'll be one of those people who don't know what day it is cuz they will have all faded into each other.  Nope.  I surely do not want that!  Some goals need to be set, so that I have something to work toward.  Whether it is the laundry or grocery shopping or cleaning or a specific sewing or knitting or stitching project...I need to have timelines of a sort.  So, I will.  Set goals and have a routine.  

And, for your viewing pleasure...here is Kisa resting on her pad (that clashes wildly with the sofa cover).


Have a great Sunday!




"For I know the plans I have for you," declares the LORD, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.". Jeremiah 29:11

4 comments:

Rugs and Pugs said...

Oh, I am the queen of list makers! Without my daily task list NOTHING would get done ~ and it feels so good when I cross something off!
Retirement...I LOVE the sound of that word.
Hugs :)
Lauren

MONTSE said...

Is good make of list makers. But I think you've to go slowly, enjoying this moment.
Kisa is pretty and sweet. Hug

Farm Girl said...

I am so happy for you. I do hope that you get things done. I work best though having my to do list jam packed.
Have a great first day of the rest of your life. :)

moosecraft said...

Yay! That Sunday night speech to yourself won't ever happen again! :-) I say to start off with some lazy time and THEN get to the list making. :-) Enjoy every day!

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