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May 3, 2014

weekend to-do
posted by soe 1:06 am

This is one of those lists where you read it and shake your head and think, “Sprite, there’s no way you’re going to get all that done.” I think so, too, but there’s no way to find out except to plow forward full-steam and not look up until Sunday night to count the casualties.

This weekend I hope to:

  • Finish my Sock Madness Round 3 socks. (This will be particularly challenging when you see the rest of the list.)
  • Put the rest of the early veggies (like peas) and potatoes in the ground at the garden.
  • Get to the library to drop off a few books and to pick up one that’s on hold.
  • Go to a couple embassies (which ones are still to be decided).
  • Attend part of the Funk Parade/Festival on U Street.
  • Stop in at the Meet Market.
  • Get to the farmers market when they first open. (I’ve seen rumors of strawberries, but I know they won’t be plentiful if there are any.)
  • Head up to Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival.
  • Send off rent and a couple belated birthday cards.
  • Do a couple loads of laundry.
  • Get the rug in the living room to dry (post-flood).
  • Deal with at least one bag and one box in the living room (in advance of out-of-town friends visiting next week).
  • Sleep.

How about you? What do you hope to do this weekend?

Category: life -- uncategorized. There is/are 3 Comments.

Have a great week-end Sprite! We have a bit of sun here, and the snow is practically all gone (still a few piles to be seen as you drive around) and it gives the soul hope for nicer weather!
Good luck on your list. I hope you get to the Sheep and Wool festival – it sounds cool.

Comment by raidergirl3 05.03.14 @ 8:33 am

Good luck with your list. Don’t let sleep be on of the casualties! 🙂

Comment by Karen 05.03.14 @ 9:07 am

@Karen: Thanks! Sleep was checked off the list, although several other things went unfinished.

@raidergirl3: I think I would weep if there were still snow in May. Was it just an uncommonly snowy/cold winter, or do your piles last this long every year?

Comment by soe 05.16.14 @ 12:54 am