Here is my summer goals list. I wrote down my goals in early May. They were suppose to be pretty realistic in terms of accomplishing them before the end of summer. Now as June is coming to a close, I have my doubts about closure.
1. Create a new garden.
2. Clean-up old gardens.
3. Paint ceiling in the kitchen.
4. Finish photo album from October wedding trip.
4a. Begin Christmas Album.
5. Clean basement. Organize pictures and papers.
6. Figure out how to use E-bay to sell helmets.
7. Finish scanning Doug's family slides. Begin work on a DVD slide show.
Well we've put in two gardens. Cleaned the front yard garden a couple of times and have begun to work on the back garden. I need to get a schedule and be disciplined about it.
I did organize the pictures, awards, and such from the 08-09 year. I still need to file papers.
I am slowly working on the wedding photo album. Today I finished two sheets (four pages). Some days I don't move too quickly. I just push forward instead of waiting for the artistic spirit to move me. Today I made myself sort through and lay out all the album items. Just doing that was my goal but I persevered and finished two sheets. Tomorrow should be easier since I'll leave all my supplies out.
I haven't touched the slides, although I keep looking at the boxes. They are calling my name but I need a book to read while the slides scan. Last summer I had a great book. This summer I've been checking out some large print books from the library and I read them while I walk on the treadmill. Large print is great for this. I haven't fallen off the treadmill yet. I have stumbled once or twice.
That's all I've finished on the list.
Not on the list:
I've reorganized my math curriculum and resources (Aug. - May) and mapped it on this web program our school uses. I've tweaked my school schedule for the coming school year and I've written lesson plans for Aug and Sept. I spent all day at a reading workshop.
I am taking a sewing class and have learned to use my new birthday present sewing machine. I am helping Mimi make a doll dress.
Make a poster collage of Dugger. When T-man completed 8th grade, the kids were to make a collage of their life so far. I made the collage with T's very helpful input. I thought it would be great for Dugger to have one since he has graduated from high school. We can also display it at his summer graduation/going to college party. I'll need to get that done soon.
I'm also going to make a blouse and skirt for Mimi.
Paint my bedroom, hopefully (if I survive painting the kitchen ceiling).
That's it! We'll see what I accomplish this summer.