My energy is low today, also.
I washed, hulled, and sliced strawberries this morning. They were a great price Saturday night (local, fresh, RIPE) and I know we will not get through all of them before they start getting icky. I kept some whole for the fridge. I ate 3 with my breakfast (they are HUGE). The sliced ones are for DD's lunches. I froze the rest.
I stripped our bed and am washing the sheets. (Did DD's bedding yesterday and folded those sheets this morning. We rotate her sheets, but I only like one set of ours. LOL) I also finally cut off a body pillow cover that clashes with our bedroom. I use it as a backrest when I read in bed and as a decorative pillow otherwise. I found two old king-size white pillow cases last month when I overhauled the new Project Room and shoved the "naked" body pillow into one at one end and the other at the other end (overlaps in the middle) for now. I am slowly working on a Turn Twenty quilt pattern (as a duvet and sham) for our bedroom. I just wanted the electric blue out of the blue-violet, brown, and white bedroom!
My cousin intended it to be for our living room, which is does go well in, but we don't want a body pillow in the living room.
I have more work to do today than there are hours in the day for it.
We'll see what I actually accomplish...
~ Clear off my desk
~ Go through finished family artwork and decide what can be scanned, what needs to be photographed, and what would look nice framed as is. If the sun decides to come back out, take the photographs. If not, start scanning.
~ Go through the family memorabilia. Well, start
going through it. This could take a few days and will involve pulling out more stuff and making an even bigger mess before it is done.
I think I have it all in two spots now, which is a big accomplishment in itself.
~ I have a pile of picture frames to weed through and match to frame-worthy photographs. I already did the "large" frames/portraits/art last year and we finally gave away all the frames we didn't find a use for in early January this year. I believe what is left is 8x10 and smaller, but it might be 5x7 and smaller. There are more of them than the last round, that much I know.
~ Go through my next big scrapbook project and prepare it for several "travel" sessions. The project is mostly together, but is too much stuff for any one session. I have weekend getaways coming up in April and July (friend owns a cabin, so we scrap for really cheap there) with a 18-hour crop in May. One friend lives a mile away and we switch off cropping at each other's houses in the spring and summer. My real challenge is finding a permanent home for this project at our house, in addition to having it be portable. It is a 3-book series and covers 13 years. We are talking about a large project. It'll require some creative thinking on my part...
~ And more, but I am out of computer time now...