Found in the pocket of a jacket I have not worn in a year and a half...
(from the NaPoWriMo prompt: asks you to engage in another kind of cross-cultural exercise, as it is inspired by the work of Sei Shonagon, a Japanese writer who lived more than 1000 years ago. She wrote a journal that came to be known as The Pillow Book. In it she recorded daily observations, court gossip, poems, aphorisms, and musings, including lists with titles like “Things That Have Lost Their Power,” “Adorable Things,” and “Things That Make Your Heart Beat Faster.” Today, I’d like to challenge you to write your own Sei Shonagon-style list of “things.”)
Call Bob about garage spigot
Remulch rose garden
Prune J Maples
onion x 2
Pay property taxes
granny smiths x 3
Find out where Uncle Ted is
Send out invites to Mom’s party
Call hotel about block for party
Get back to insurance co.
Dust living room
Call donation center ab medical supplies
Call David ab mattress
Call Cremation Society back ab pickup