Today, for me, is at once both frightening and freeing. Big life changes always tend to have a sense of scariness, maybe because I am not looking forward to some emotion that could come up that I wasn't expecting. Not sure. The freeing part of it, on the other hand, is an emotional high that has grown throughout the day. What started out as a sort of floating feeling has grown to the point of my feeling as though I might just fly home this afternoon.
I've added Remember the Milk's logo to my sidebar in case anyone is interested in trying it out. I have to give credit to Sarah for being the one who first told others about it on her own blog. Thanks Sarah! I am so excited to try out this new site and really sink my teeth into it, because I have many tiny (and big) projects on the horizon. I've read that 15 minutes spent making a list can save you four hours of wasted time, so just that nugget of knowledge is enough for me to make time even for my resting and exercising -- and then of course the dozens of little projects. (But don't worry, Sarah, I am taking your suggestions quite seriously!)
Thanks for all the wonderful suggestions I've received so far -- keep giving me more! At the moment, Casey is finishing up painting our dining room, so that will be a little decorating project. But in the past few days, I have had so, so many ideas running at top speed through my mind that I must get them down on paper -- or at least on my RTM lists!