Getting things done: Pass/Fail

Let’s see… Summer Checklist:

1. Get Blue Room Cleaned and turned back into an office/guest room: 99% COMPLETE (Just need to find homes for a few more things that go in other rooms, then touch up the paint on one wall, then get a desk, which might be a while).  We’ll call this one a PASS. 

2. Get healthier, lose weight: Working on it; still losing weight overall but I could be better about exercise. This week I’ve kind of blown it on the food front. But I’m re-energized as of today. We’ll call this one INCOMPLETE.

3. Write book: NOT EVEN CLOSE. I had hoped to work on it a lot this summer, but I’ve barely touched it.  The reasons are varied and probably excuses.  We’ll call this one FAIL.  

Not a good average, really. 

Published by Michael R. Johnston

Father of an eighth grader, high school English teacher, writer. Fifty years old and feeling almost every bit of it on some days, and not a bit of it on others. Based in Sacramento, California, USA

2 thoughts on “Getting things done: Pass/Fail

  1. Bleh. Life stinks. I’m wondering how I’m gonna get tomorrows flash done, when my whole house full of cleaning and tidying and child-caring awaits…I mean, 500 words isn’t that many, but I’d prefer it didn’t suck.

  2. I shudder at the thought of anyone grading Me. EEk.
    Hope your summer is happy, regardless of passing or failing any particular aspects of it. : )
    ~ Lily

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