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A Day in the Life - February version

The one thing I like about this business is that there is not a typical day.  A day in February is definitely different than a day in June.  Although there are less guests this time of year, there is still much on my "to do" list. 
Each morning I prioritize and try to start off with a task or project that is my least favorite and get it out of the way.  I also look over my list from the previous day and plans for the week and see what needs to get done.
One of my atypical days look something like this:

  *Up at 5 am, with an idea about an upcoming class - make some coffee and go to the computer
  *Make breakfast and get grand kids off to school -
    Let them help make some pancakes
  *Make new dinner napkins for this Sunday's class -  Can't believe I completed it so quickly (only took 1 1/2 hours), I only thought about it for six months!  Wow did I save money and the quality is great.
 *Shop online for new plates - salads look awesome on a soft yellow or red color.  There's a whole science to this topic, definitely NOT blue.  
 *Send confirmation for class we're doing offsite next summer
 *Answer emails - update website
 *Look over recipes for next class, make grocery list & timeline for      prepping
 *Pick out new fabric to have couches reupholstered
 *Log receipts (keep records)
 *Grab a cleaning project - you can do a lot in just 10 minutes - Do a few of those each day and you are ahead of the game (more notes).  I can tell you when I last did "spring cleaning" in each room.  
 *Prepare for upcoming Toastmaster contest - always continue with self-improvement
 *Add to this, family popping in throughout the day and bringing Dad his   supper 
                                                           *Thank God for                                                                 another great day


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