Here is the list and the results so far.
Wash up breakfast pots
Make Cheese on Toast mixed with eggs and onions (OK, not quite soup)
Work on partially completed poems (completed two, edited four, found one I thought I’d lost)
Research on bird names (needed for a haibun)
Research on free range pigs (needed for a haibun)
Reorganised haibun files (not on list)
Wrote 200 words for a blog post (not on list)
Browse internet (research for the above post – not on list)
Sort out two submissions
Not Done Yet
Start two poems I have notes for
Research for article – Bomb Disposal
Research for article – RNLI
Pick Julia up
Cup of tea, TV, nap
Cook stir fry
Write post (500 words) about how hard I’ve been working today.
I have about 45 minutes before I am leaving to collect Julia – wish me luck.
I trust you completed the ‘pick Julia up’.
Picked her up and brought her home. Gave her tea. Took her to work this morning despite multiple flashing lights. Car now in garage awaiting diagnosis and repair.
Bomb disposal sounds like an interesting article coming up. How did you end up with that on your list?
Researching an item from my collection, which led to reading a book on the subject. When they built the new Olympic stadium for 2012 they dug several unexploded bombs (UXB) up.
I have a talent for lists. It’s nearly as impressive as my talent for procrastination.
It’s getting there…
Free range pigs…..how have I never used that as a topic?
Not your fault, you can only write about what you see. 🙂
I’m just lucky…
Thank you. How is everything going?
Everything is going well. A lonely, quiet Christmas and New Year. Hope the vaccines are widespread before the next holiday season.
We are supposedly geared up to do 2,000,000 people a week and there are 60 million of us. That is big arithmetic but at that rate, with us all needing two doses, it’s going to take until February 2022 to get us all done. I’m hoping that production will increase and rates will go up. We aren’t too bad – reasonably affluent country with good health and nutrition – I’d hate to be living in Africa.