Well, I found that topic to be rather vague. I have several lists (I'm a list maker by habit). I love making lists of things I need to do. However, I find that the order changes depending on the immediacy of the project. I suppose that this is my top ten list of things that need to be done as of ... right ... now.
1. Clean the floor from where my old stove sat (hey, I pulled that sucker out and found: a wooden spoon - been missing for two years; a pair of kitchen shears - missing over one year; a piece of metal - have no idea what it is our where it came from which means I've never cleaned out from under my stove in the six years we have been here; five Legos; twelve packets of English Breakfast tea from England actually - so that's where those went; two quarters; a pile of sludge that looks like it came off a dirty grill.
2. Wait for my new oven to be delivered sometime today. Have I talked about me new oven? The flat top stove with the cobalt blue enclosed burner interior? It's being delivered sometime between noon and four p.m. (sigh)
3. Finish several projects for gifts for family members. I do have a feeling that I am going to be gifting people projects still on the needles.
4. Finish up several charity knitting projects that I have going on.
5. Reverse numbers three and four because I'm thinking that I need to get those finished before the knitted items for family members.
6. Go to the post office to mail off pocket zombies and nuns.
7. Move number six up to the number three spot because those need to get in the mail pronto.
8. Finish editing the manuscript on the book I'm considering releasing through Barnes and Noble's PubIt program.
9. Cook something in my new oven. I'm thinking some bread or a do-over of Thanksgiving with real stuffing and gravy.
10. Outline the new idea I have for a book. It's really cool with nuns and geeks and, um, why yes it was that funny little plot idea from the plot generator, but the more I think about it the more I think it would be completely fun.