Posted: 16/02/2014 at 21:38
I love a good to do list. The only problem I have is that I seem to keep starting new ones, and never seem to get round to actually doing any of the jobs.
Nice to have a dry day, the water level is starting to go down fairly quickly, please, no more rain for a while. [ Come summer I will probably be praying for rain.]
I get the feeling you'll happily take a drought filled summer this year to dry everything out! Good to hear the water is dropping, here's hoping we've turned the corner weatherwise.
I barely function without a good to do list - if I stray from my routine (like Top Gear not being on on a Sunday for me to watch while doing the ironing) it all falls to bits!
We've so much to do in the garden but my back (broken) means even simple things take weeks rather than weekends, it'd be nice to have a list to tick off so I could see some progress even if its numbers of wheelbarrows of mud / rock / more mud moved!