I hadn't gotten up once in the night, which was another surprise. That doesn't happen very often, but it sure is nice when it does.
I have so many things on my "to do" list and rainy days are a good time to work on that list.
Do you actually make lists of things you need to do? I still do because it is so satisfying when I get things done and can cross them off. I have a dream that one day I will get through all of the things on my list before I start adding more items. It never seems to happen.
The first thing I had to do was try and figure out why my speaker was no longer pairing up with my Echo Dot. It seems like technology takes a big bite out of every day. WHEW!! Now that I have that done I can enjoy some relaxing music while I get on with the rest of my list.
I have been battling fungus gnats for the last month since I made the mistake of opening a window. After one flew up my nose I decided I had had enough.
Fortunately the yellow sticky traps, the gravel on the top of the soil in each plant, and watering with a combination of hydrogen peroxide and water seems to have done the trick. I am tentatively taking that off my list.
Today I need to paint a little table I got at the thrift store so I can drop it off at my booth tomorrow, add more items to 415 Maxwell, finish my blog post (almost done), and do some cleaning. We'll see how much I get done. I don't seem to have the energy to push myself like I used to.
I was hoping to do some canvassing for my congressional candidate this weekend, but if it is pouring rain that may have to get put off. I'm not much good at slogging around in cold rain anymore.
Time to get busy.
What do you do on rainy weekends?