Defending the Giants & Other Actual Desirable Things
"Eventually things will calm down and I'll be able to breathe again."
— Me, every week since, like, July.
No but seriously, it will happen right? RIGHT? It has to. Because this week I'm editing a whole bunch of (AWESOME) stories for Feather Magazine, running roughly 13 time-sensitive errands per day after work, taking on another freelance project,
I have no idea what I'm saying. So without further ado:
10 Things I Would Rather Do Right Now Than My Massive Actual To-Do List
- Print all the things, since I finally bought the first printer I've owned since college. (It didn't survive my three moves that first post-grad summer.)
- Give myself a manicure and then peel the polish off.
- Finish Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. IT'S SO GOOD RIGHT NOW I THINK I'M AT THE BEST PART but by the time I can finally sit down to read every night I'm so beat that I
fall asleepget tired enough in the eyeballs to close them and then toss and turn for an hour after about two pages.
- Run 10 miles.
- Make a return to IKEA which I still haven't done yet and have to do before I lose the return window, GAH.
- Attempt to construct a functional defense for the New York Giants. And then offense. Special Teams are okay, all things considered.
- Stretch my violently aching hip flexors (WHAT IS GOING ON HERE WHY DO YOU HATE ME SO MUCH).
- Identify that one perfect piece of furniture that my apartment is missing that will house all the leftover little things that still need a place to live.
- Go car shopping.
- Blog, clearly.