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 a fifth grader, high school English teacher, writer. Forty-six 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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