It provides too much distraction, as I think all of you know. Or maybe I should say, Facebook provides too much distraction. And chatting. Yes, it’s definitely a leave the laptop at home kind of day.

Remember those things I was going to check off my to-do list a few days ago? Well, as it turns out, I didn’t get everything checked off (hey, don’t look at me like that–it was a long list) so I’ll be finishing those things today, as much as I can. And I’ll do laundry tonight, since rumor has it my husband is perilously close to the Cliff of No Underwear. And, you know, I’ll take care of the toffee that’s been taking up the middle shelf of the fridge for the last week and a half. Okay, two weeks. Otherwise, I’ll be writing thank-you notes I should have sent two weeks ago and rewriting a newsletter article that I already wrote most of once and then managed to delete. Gotta love that.

And when I finish those things, I’ll be writing the book I’ve already finished once, but couldn’t resist tearing up so I could finish it again. Because I felt like it. And it will make the book better. A lot better. Just you wait.

Just you wait, ‘Enry ‘Iggins! Just! You! Wait!

Sorry, I had a Musical Moment there. It won’t happen again. At least, not in this post, because I’m stopping. . . now.