I love making lists. As I told my roommate last week, you can wake me up in the middle of the night if you need help making a list of something.
I guess it’s the OCD and perfectionist in me, but I think making lists are sometimes the best way to help you get done what you need to get done. Take this weekend for example. I made three lists for our trip to get ready for our Christmas party. And we got everything we need to – except orange juice, had to go back out for that.
Christmas is a time for some lists. Besides our party planning lists, I’ve made a list for my family of presents I’d like (before you call me greedy, you need to know there are three things on that list – a massage, a new Bo Sox hat and a DVD player); a list of the presents I need to get for people; things I need to get for the parties I’m going to.
If you’ve read this blog at all, you know how much I like lists, so this is not new information for you. And it’s not necessarily just something I like about Christmas-time. I like lists any time of the year, it’s just at Christmas, there’s so many more that need to be made.
You can call me a nerd if you want. It’s true.