When you have much to do. Yup. Time flies. Fly, fly, time.
Within the next six hours, I plan to do this:
Finish the Husband's tunic. All I need to do is attach the sleeves and sides, then hem it up.
Make an appetizer. The Husband and I are going to a party tonight. Fun. Maybe I'll make cheesy olive balls. They're easy to make, but that means going to the store for olives and cheddar cheese.
Put together a photo collage. It's for a luncheon fundraiser tomorrow. I could probably do that after the party, if I print the photos beforehand. Yeah, that's the ticket.
Get this post done. I threw this in so I can feel like I'll have accomplished something once its published. Always look for the positive, I say.
Thank goodness, I finished reading my novel last night, otherwise I'd forget about doing these things I plan to do. Enchanted August by Brenda Bowen. Just like the title, the story was enchanting.
I could go for either a cup of coffee or a lovely cocktail. That's not going to happen. So, I'll just pretend to smell the flowers. See ya.