Great vacations are taken at home

I hate to share how excited I am about the idea of spending some vacation time at home. I needed to take about 98 hours or I would lose them. I got close to scheduling all 98 hours. I think I am off by about 2 days.

So I am thinking about what I am going to do…at home…for over 2 weeks (including company holidays):

*taking lots of naps

*trying new recipes from the Cooking Light cookbook I just received

*scheduling some cooking classes at PCC

*catching up on the the reading I have stacked up in my office

*finishing Empire Falls, which I started months ago

*actually using my Netflix subscription

*maybe blogging a little

*organize something…we know this will happen whether I plan it or not

*send my holiday cards out

*get back on my gym routine…for real…and lose the 2 pounds I gained

*finish all my kitchen planning (I have yet to buy a sink, hardware and stuff)

*hang out at Victors coffee and look cool or at least interesting..over-caffeinate

*go with my friend Ann to Costco (yay…that recent blog post resulted in one of my friends agreeing to be my Costco buddy)…yippeee….over stocking my cupboards!

*pretend like I am not going to check my inbox just a little

*Listen to my downloaded book: The Wisdom of Crowds, which someone recommended to me last year and I never got around to reading (I think I’m going to start doing my non-fiction reading via audio books…smart huh?)

*turn one year older….zzzzzzzzzz

*maybe I’ll really learn to knit if I can find someone to show me how to do more than cast on. Where’s my friend Suzanne?

*eat some of that beef I just ordered

Comments (5)

  1. Christine says:

    What about spending some time at a spa?  

    I usually fill my free time up with things like "scrub the tub" and "swiffer the house."  Sad but true.

  2. HeatherLeigh says:

    Yeah, I’m the same…I’m going to try to get that stuff done onthe first day. I forgot about the spa…adding that to the list. I am literally going to print out the list.

  3. mom says:

    Order 2006 "Dog Whisperer" season on Netflix–you can watch them with Jonas –ok, the almost perfect dog.


  4. tod hilton says:

    Enjoy the time chillin at home. Mine has done me a world of good this past week. And of course having some good friends to while away my time chatting/whining with helped out a lot. 😉

  5. HeatherLeigh says:

    mom- I bought the book. Chhhsht!

    tod – it doesn’t sound like whining over IM : )

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