Lisa’s Logic: Making The List
When it was first suggested to "blog," I thought about it and then made a small list of possibilities. Of course, the hope is to keep adding to it. I have yet to need that list.
I know if I don't write something down that I am suppose to remember I will forget it. Or talk to myself trying to remember it. Well, to tell the truth, there are times something is written down and it still is forgotten. What are you going to do? There are even times my list is so specific, such as which store I'm going to and what I'm buying there.
When we first moved into the house about 10 years ago -- I can't believe it's been that long -- we made a very long list of what we would like to do to the house. Good news: about half the things on that list are crossed off. Of course, other things pop up here and there.
Even at work, I make a list or write down something that should be checked on.
Writing about lists. My husband has lots of lists. I don't know how he keeps track of the lists, unless that is a list in itself? I do notice things getting crossed off though, so that's a good thing.
Make that list, you are not alone. It's a good reminder. Of course, write neatly so you can read your writing. Sometimes that's the hard part, reading your own writing.
The sun is shining above... Think Happy Thoughts.