Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Wordless Thursday: Life Lists

17 comments:

  1. I like to keep lists too. When I was packing Don's coats to go into storage when I sold the farm, I came across many lists he made for things to pick up on his way home from work. He wasn't much for writing as he had to keep so many notes at work, so the lists are some of the only handwritten notes that I have. I kept all of them and put most of them back in the jacket pockets, to be rediscovered the next time I go through his coats.

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  2. I make a lot of list to but still seem to forget a few things. :) Happy WT!

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  3. I love lists
    and list poems

    today is Carry a Poem in Your Pocket Day!

    your lists are poems about your life!

    celebrate LIFE! xxx

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  4. Love lists, just wish I stuck with them and didn't impulse buy also.

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  6. I make lists, particularly shopping lists, then forget to take them with me when I go shopping. Sigh.

    I like the variety of paper used in the photo. It is quite artistic!

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  7. That's about how I keep my lists too. And I can't tell you how many times I get to the market only to find I left the list at home.

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  8. I hope the answer to "almond butter?" was "yes."

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  9. It's fine to have a list if you are checking it twice.

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  10. I think of lists as suggestions, not mandatory. It does feel good to check off those 'to do' items, especially since I checked about 5 things off the 'outdoor cleanup' list last weekend in preparation of a family BBQ. (Nothing like a hard deadline,I say!)

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  11. This pile of lists,
    These leaves of time
    To do
    Or not.

    Wonderful photo. Reminds me of Joseph Cornell's work.

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  12. what would we do without our lists? our calendars? our sticky notes on the bathroom mirror? I have a feeling they will become more important as the years progress....

    Happy Friday!

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  13. I'd be lost without lists. But, alas, I lose my lists a lot.

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  14. I love all the words in the photo in the wordless blog post

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  15. Today I'm listless.
    Funny. Without a list, I'm
    full of energy? !

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  16. I think of lists as suggestions, not mandatory. I love all the words in the photo in the wordless blog post. I love lists and list poems For Jesus sake visits me: See the power of positive thinking within you. Please follow my blog and read interesting posts about Success, Happiness, Motivation, and Self Improvement.

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  17. i have to make lists, or i forget things. i try to toss the lists when finished -- there is an overwhelming amount of paper in my life -- but i still run across them everywhere. on my desk; in my purse; taped to the kitchen cabinet.

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