Sunday, September 23, 2007

To Do List

Here's my to-do list for next week:


That's it, for the entire week. If we're desparate I might go shopping by about Thursday. And I'm sure I'll end up cooking a few meals. But it is with great determination that I keep the list like it is.

I've had these huge amounts of adrenaline pumping through my veins for days now. First with the musical, then getting the yard and the house ready for the wedding, then moving the wedding to a local church house because of rain. Not to mention getting my daughter off to a homecoming dance. I didn't stop moving once yesterday, except to make a wedding video, and I am so...very...exhausted.

The good news is the wedding was beautiful, tons of people came despite the rain and change in locations, the bride was happy, and there were no assaults. What more can you ask for in a wedding?

I've had three naps today, and I'm thinking about bed, even though it's only 9:00. If I'm still asleep in a week - wake me up. Otherwise, just close the door softly and go away please.


Candace Salima (LDS Nora Roberts) said...

Sleep, sleep, sleep. You deserve it.

I have a pretty small list this week too.

- laundry
- wash kitchen/dining room floor
- write

Oh yeah, and make lasagna for my nephew on Tuesday.

By the way, Suzanne. Don't forget our lunch on October 4th, 1:00 p.m. for the Utah Blogger Babes! I'm excited to see you there.

Suzanne Reese said...

Thanks Candace - I'm looking forward to it too!

Carolyn Chezik said...

You, my little sister, are an amazing woman. If I didn't love you, I'd be inclined to hate you. Too good, too talented, too beautiful. ugh.

It's so fun to read about your adventures and even your misadventures! Give all the family my love.


Suzanne Reese said...

Oh c'mon, you of all people should know I'm not too of any of those things! But thanks for the compliment, you always have been - and always will be one of my favorite people!

Tristi Pinkston said...

No assaults is awesome! That's a major score!!

You deserve to get lots of sleep. Kick back and take it easy.

I did the flowers for my neice's wedding last week and slept for 12 hours afterward, then took a two hour nap, then slept another 8 hours the next night. Weddings will take it out of you!

Jen said...

Weddings are so exhausting! I feel for you, try to catch an(other) extra nap when you can, :)

It was nice to meet you yesterday!