Tuesday, February 02, 2010


Just looked at my calendar for February - I have 9 music events, rehearsals, or performances coming up before the end of the month.

And, during this time, we need to:
  1. get my mother-in-law's 99th birthday party (to take place March 6 in Pasadena) organized and invitations printed and mailed out
  2. get Ben moved out of this house and into his new house (after we buy a refrigerator, decide on roof repairs, and finish some minor lighting-fixture issues)
  3. decide on Zacky's euthenasia date (currently targeting Ash Wednesday)
  4. plunge in on a new database project for my USDA folks in New Mexico
  5. etc. etc. etc.

1 comment:

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