#SOLC18 28/31: Tick-Tock Goes the Clock of Spring Break

A brief update from yesterday’s post:

I am happy to report that my Mr. Fix-It husband had very little trouble managing to get the not-quite-the-right-size-for-each-other poles to slide together, and from there we were a force to be reckoned with. In less than half an hour, our IKEA rolling cart was complete!

Now the decision of where it goes…. He has his ideas. I have mine. For now, we have negotiated a space in the mudroom until some place better makes itself known.

Meanwhile, I am sadly at the half-way point of spring break week. Sadder still, I don’t feel like I have even begun to check off all that I want to accomplish in these precious days at home. It is a challenge for me to stay focused and not get off task with mindless, pointless distractions: I think I’ll bake some _____; I probably should straighten out _____; This _____ has really been bugging me for a while..I should take care of it. The list of distractions is relentless, and at times I feel powerless against it!

If this is your spring break week, how are you spending the week? Is your to-do list dwindling, or are you, like me, fighting the demons of distractedness?

3 thoughts on “#SOLC18 28/31: Tick-Tock Goes the Clock of Spring Break

  1. carwilc says:

    I’m in the same place you are in. Today is halfway, with Easter looming, and I haven’t gotten nearly half of what I need to do or planned to do. Even so, it’s nice to have the days off!

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  2. margaretsmn says:

    It helped me to have an actual written down list. Clean my closet was the hardest and it took almost the whole day, but now it’s done. i can enjoy a few more days without that glaring at me.

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