Well, they always say a list is good.
Things I need to do:
- groom/bath Olivia
- buy some late Christmas presents
- vacuum/sweep the floors
- buy groceries
- do laundry
- get the oil changed in my truck
Things I should do:
- groom/bath Clarissa and Isabel
- get lesson plans ready for school
- buy some clothes
- buy some shoes
- write a couple of reviews
- add more books to LibraryThing
- clean my truck
Things I want to do:
- clean the window in the bedroom
- bind Maggie's scrapbook
See, my 'need to' and my 'should' lists are a lot longer than my 'want to' list in large part because I've forgotten how to have fun? Or I've re-invented myself so many times I don't know who I am? Or I'm depressed? Or all of the above and then some?
I do feel pathetic. I have time off and money to buy/do things. But when someone asks "what do you want to do for fun?", I have no answer. I think I should have an answer. I think most people do have answers. Maybe others don't either -- I don't know. Maybe that's why places like Facebook are so popular -- it is a great distraction from actually living a life. And this may fall in the same category, but I do hope me writing does help to clarify things for me, so maybe not.
Well, off to do a bit of cleaning -- get the window cleaned and vacuum. Then maybe the stores will be open.