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What to Do, What to Do?

So our plan for this brief respite, is to sleep, hike a little, sit by the pool and read, and some nice dinners out. That's it. We just want a quick recharge. But before that can happen, we first must get some things done at home.

  • As always - laundry!
  • Send in Becky's health form for her trip
  • pack
  • leave check for Anna
  • arrange carpool for Wednesday
  • arrange ride home from school for Becky Wednesday (worse case - she can take the late bus)
  • go over schedule with Mom (or lack there of)
  • clean house for Anna
  • trash cans to curb Tuesday night/or make sure Becky can handle them Wednesday - they're huge and I don't want George, with his bad back moving them
  • taxes!!!!! - forgot about these - everything's organized, so hopefully it won't be hard
  • make hamentashen
  • make sure extra sheets/towels are ready for Mom in guest room
  • pay bills
  • blog missing days - no need, bringing laptop.
  • call haircut appointments - girls
  • Mail package to Deborah
  • Mail Goldilocks contract.

Better get cracking.

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You forgot one--Write Amy's mid-term paper for her.

No? Rats.

Have a great trip!

Are you going to have cocktails by the pool? I'm jealous. ;-)

Wow, I was confused there for a moment til I went back to read all your California trip posts. Lucky you...two trips to warm weather and then Savannah. Have a great trip!!

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