There are so many things that I want to do I've become overwhelmed. I don't know what to do first. It's ridiculous. I'm not trying to "have it all." These are things I want to do - not have to do (there's a list for that too!) Has this ever happened to you?
I really want to write a post, telling you all about Amsterdam and how wonderful it was. . .
:: Upload all my pictures
:: Read all my favorite blogs
:: Peruse flickr and leave little comments at all the great shots
:: Finish the book I'm reading. I'm totally enjoying it.
:: Sew the binding onto Beckett's quilt
:: Take pictures of the *adorable* souvenirs I bought in Holland
:: Order Eva's 5 year old pictures
:: Call my mom
:: Call my sister
:: Go to bed early. I'm tired. Not as wiped as I was after Italy. But pretty frickin' tired.
:: Look through the Jamie Oliver Cookbooks I borrowed from a friend
:: Start a wish list on Amazon.com. I actually want some things and I don't want to forget what they are. Yes it happens
I'm really tempted to write the list of all the things I SHOULD be doing. But I try not to should all over myself. Try. I think like most peeps though I'm covered with should on most days. Ah, the joys of being a responsible adult.
So here is a picture of Amsterdam taken from our canal tour. I think I mentioned this before but I LOVED Amsterdam. After being there for just 30 minutes Bryce and I looked at each other and said, "yeah, I could live here."
I'll be back when I've shaken off the crazies. Send help if I'm not back by Friday.