Not just for children
When the drip-drops woke me up this morning I knew getting out the door would be something like pulling a stubborn donkey to his feet. Honey sits down and digs in her haunches at the first sign of raindrops. I thought I was allergic to rain. She is worse!
So today her food went into a mini-pop bottle. That kept her busy -oh, about five minutes! Then I was quite tempted to give her a sleeping pill so that I could go back to bed. Not really, just tempting, that’s all.
The dishes are all finally washed from our family gathering on Sunday. I know okay, I know I am am really lazy if it takes me two days. But the meat dish had juice in it to take to the cats in the barn. And I kept forgetting. I only feed them once a day, it wouldn’t be fair to take it down at a different time.
So the dishes are done and the cookies are made. Bother, now I have more dishes to do! What’s next? Rainy day project lists are always for little kids. What about me? Can’t I have a rainy day list?
Most people go clean a closet or do some baking or paint the dining room. Perhaps the best option for me is to just clean the counters off! Cleaning isn’t very fun though. And anything that I do on a rainy day HAS to be fun. I use to curl up with a talking book and crochet. For hours… since the chiropractor told me I have to take more breaks, I really haven’t gotten any crochet projects done. It takes hours-hello.
The cookies are made and I didn’t even snitch one. Yet. So now it’s back tothe cleaning list. I did get the floor in the bedroom swept, with a little honey-help. She ate the lid to some container. I threw it away after coaxing her to give it up for a treat. That wasn’t easy. I mean sweeping the floor. This crazy RP gets me dizzy often as I loose my place in the room. Luckily after t sweeps the dust pan was clean on the third swipe.
Rainy days are meant for inside activities. Playing hall-fetch didn’t last very long either, so now that the sun came out it is time to go get our feet wet again. I really don’t like wet feet. So forgive me for this rubber boos and shorts fashion statement.
Now that I have spent the morning writing perhaps I should actually make that list. Let’s see…
To all those with a real diagnosis o ADHD my apologies for this distracted by a four month old puppy writing. And good luck on that list!