Sunday, September 26, 2010

Not as Productive as Hightouch...

Over at Hightouch she's making us all look bad with her productivity and general creative generativity. But, you know, I need to feel good about myself too, so I'm making a list to assuage my feeling that I'm not really doing as much as I could (which is basically how I feel 24/7).
Here's my list, which covers something like the last few days:
  1. Did Fight Gone Bad, for which I raised more than $200 (FGB is a Crossfit work out and trust me, you don't want to know what it is, just believe me when I say it's 17 minutes of hell, plus it was hot yesterday!)
  2. Ate a hamburger and drank a beer. (boy! that was hard work!)
  3. Made enchilada sauce from mostly* scratch (*bought and roasted Anaheim peppers, cut the onion myself, added spices and then opened a can of fire roasted tomatoes)
  4. Made enchiladas (chicken, cheese)
  5. Made cilantro margaritas (yes! they are as good as they sound!)
  6. Attended class party that I had helped plan & arrange
  7. Yawned vigorously and openly
  8. Went home early and went to bed
  9. Got up early (6:15), made myself a cup of coffee & took the Crazy Dog for a hike with some Awesome Friends
  10. Came home 
  11. Made Huevos Rancheros with left over enchilada sauce (yes! they are as good as they sound!)
  12. Got Son to do his chores
  13. Massacred the rose bushes in the front of my house
  14. Made Son's bed
  15. Laundrized the clothing
  16. Scrubbed, on hands and knees, with Comet, most of the kitchen floor (to be completed upon completion of this post) (yes! on hands and knees! It's archaic!! It works!!)
  17. Sat on couch and did the computer thing (in progress)
  18. Thought about what kind of salad to make for dinner
  19. Planned homemade salad dressing
  20. Blogged (in progress)
So, though I may have accomplished nothing on the Personal Growth end of things, my kitchen floor looks amazing (60%), my Son is clean and breathing (he took a shower!), and I know feel better about my productivity.
What a day!


Lisa B. said...

What? you basically recreated the entire world in like 24 or so hours. I wish I had been there to, y'know, eat the enchiladas, and perhaps to cheer you on while you did your floor. Impressive, seriously.

lara said...

I'm gonna try the comet trick. My Swiffer Wet Jet isn't cutting it.