list 15: if I had more time I would…

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1.  watch more T.V.  If you know me personally, you are not at all shocked by this.  I love me some T.V. and wish I had more time to watch.  Yes, T.V. makes me happy and I’m not afraid to admit it.

2.  would cook better.  Not that I’m a bad cook per say, but around dinner time I’ll find myself suddenly thinking,”Huh. Wonder what can I make out of marinated artichoke hearts and frozen fish sticks?”

3.  would take more time to shop better at the grocery store.  Clearly, it is needed since all I have to make dinner tonight are marinated artichoke hearts and frozen fish sticks.

4.  be better about using sunscreen on a daily basis.  Because I’m gonna be 40…someday.  (499 days to be exact.)  Wrinkles can’t be far away.  And when they get there, I wanna be sure to have someone else to blame.

5.  floss.  Enough said.

6.  spend more time enjoying my free time.  I don’t know about you, but usually when I have free time I spend it all worrying about everything I should be doing instead of having free time.

7.  read more.  I know it doesn’t really go with #1, but I kinda look at it as being ambidextrous–able to equally used both sides of my body, the T.V. watching side and the book reading side.  (And yes, I did have to Google how to spell ambidextrous.)
8.  blog more.  Because some of you actually like to read this stuff.  I know this because I’ll start in on one of my good stories and someone will suddenly say, “Yeah, I know. I read it on your blog.”
9.  spend more time just hanging with my boys.  Not doing anything specific (i.e., high-excitement boy activity), but just hanging out together.  Because when I’m busy with life, which is much more often than I’d prefer, my boys get gypped and that just ain’t right.  (Okay, so you caught me. I had to look up how to spell gypped too.)
10. practice my spelling.  Clearly, it’s necessary.  (Whoops. Spelled it with 2 “c’s”).

11.  come up with some creative idea that didn’t involve lots of spelling to make the Golfer and me independently wealthy so we can move to Coronado Island and spend all day reading books and watching T.V.

 

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