Do my morning exercise
Drink 64 oz water
Spring cat trap (so I don't catch any skunks)
Feed dogs breakfast
Give Chewy his meds
Feed parrots breakfast and change water
Feed bunnies and check water
Check/change food and water on parakeets and finches
Two medicated cookies to Girl
Medicated cookie to Buddy
Medicated cookie to Dusty
Feed chickens and change water
Updated 02-03-2011 at 10:23 PM by madhen
Exercise, breakfast to all, clean up the kitchen, take a load of laundry downstairs, then suit up for work. At work, I need to meet with two different people, pick up some CD's, and review some paperwork for tomorrow.
On the way to work, if it is open, I will stop at the hydroponics store, then gas up the car and drop off my dry-cleaning.
At lunch, if it is not too cold to walk to the office where I am getting the CD's, I also intend to detour and hit the Ace Hardware
Updated 02-02-2011 at 11:35 PM by madhen
Updated 02-03-2011 at 12:27 AM by madhen
Okay, here is the plan for February's home project challenge:
1. One "dig in" kit for use if I get stuck at the house for an extended period of time. I am going to compile the kit with the anticipation of having no power (and, consequently, no water) for a week;
2. One "bug out" bag to be left in a convenient location in the house, should I have to leave the house quickly (i.e, brush fire);
3. One "bug out" bag for the office,
Updated 02-17-2011 at 01:07 PM by madhen
Usual morning routine. Get my push-ups and sit-ups out of the way, get breakfast to everyone, get to work.
At work, I have to finish one report, pull out some property to inventory, and write a draft agenda for a meeting I'm hosting on Thursday.
After work, the gym (maybe, unless I get a walk in before that) and a stop at the grocery store for a couple of items. Then back home, dinner to everyone, work on my knitting, read a bit, write in my journal, then bed.
Updated 02-01-2011 at 10:50 PM by madhen