My daughter walked into my bedroom at 8:47 and saw me still in bed, reading. "Now that's the way a retiree should behave."
I was just postponing my to do list and enjoying a last snuggle on a gray, wanting-to-rain day. I didn't tell her what the rest of the day would be like. I hope by the time I crawl back into bed tonight with the book I'll have checked off most of my to do list.
- Bill clients for May
- Work on novel...we know Janet knows Rod's alive. Annie found out and now she has to decide to go against her friend's interest and tell Roger.
- Work on vendor database
- Finish getting medical stuff to insurance company
- Make minestrone soup (perfect day for it and we've lots of leftovers to add without making the other soup we do with leftovers Soupe de la Poubelle.
- Go through emails...only about 50 but when the newsletter is released it will double.
- Physio for back and neck--hope to walk if it isn't pouring: good thinking time and exercise
- Go to bank (across from physio)
- Watch the Chase
- Watch Max Keiser
- Maybe watch commentaries on the new BBC Sherlock Holmes (or not)
- Sort laundry
- Make appointment to have my hair trimmed
- Continue to enlist Roundtable candidates for newsletter
Looking at the list, it doesn't seem quite so bad. And besides, no one ever gave me The Retirees Manual.