Sunday, December 18, 2011

Notes You Can Find Around Our Apartment

What it's like to have a car in Brooklyn



Sent with a check from a friend in VT to reserve his spot for a ski vacation.
Been on the fridge for 7 months


That's right. Jerry.


Mike likes to make "packing lists." I like to wait until midnight the night before
I take a flight and pack at the height of a panic attack.


"Request for penalty abatement"-- Yup, still dealing with the IRS

My storyboard for my book.

Notes written out of anger, defeat, frustration and exhaustion.
Ikea always wins.

A thank you and an invitation from our friends in Seattle, a note from our neighbors about
putting in a gluten free order to Sami's bakery, a recipe for an Inca power bar,
and  a reminder that we both liked this German beer "Hacker-pschorr..." 

Mike's secret recipe for his killer brownies.

Return to Sender

A tear-out from 2009 about which organic fruits and veggies to buy.
I still don't think I've read it.

Wish list for the apartment. Always a Work-In-Progress.

6 comments:

Erin said...

I also make packing lists! ... and, Jeff usually waits until midnight the night before we leave, but he somehow remains calm as he does it. It's amazing...

Lindsey said...

Somehow...hmmm...

Lindsey said...

I don't think I'm calm...ever. Except wen I'm swimming in the ocean. That usually does it for me. : )

Carmen said...

i am more of a panic packer myself.
i like to make to-do lists but have trouble crossing anything off of them. the "house to-do" list is eternal, but as long as things keep getting simulataneously crossed off and written in, it's ok. i like the healthy food thing you kept...i keep things that i mean to look at later for about 5 month and then throw them away. amazing.

TommyD said...

I make lists for everything... packing, writing, daily tasks, shopping, everything. I have even been know to put the entry "make new 'to do' list" or "consolidate lists" on the bottom of my master list. A list is especially essential for camping. I'll try to dig up the famous "Atheist's Guide to Car Camping" that my friends Paul and Jim and I wrote a few years ago. It's quite comprehensive. ;)

Lindsey said...

I love when people comment!! Tommy D, I would love to read that guide and I think I should write the Women's Handbook on Living with Boys.