Are you the list-making type or do you just muddle through expecting it will all be alright in the end? And is it? I expect so. After all, we are all different.
I could not exist at times like Christmas if I did not make copious lists and then tick things off the list as and when I do them. So far I am totally up to date with my lists for Christmas - so far, so good.
Yesterday all I had on the list was to deliver a Christmas cake to a friend (her Christmas present) and to collect my clock from the repair man - lovely to seeing it going merrily on the mantelpiece in the sitting room in time for the big day.
Today I planned an easy day. My only task was to hand-deliver the local cards. I drove the car and the farmer (who is far more agile than I am) nipped out and put them through the appropriate letter boxes. And we arrived home just in time to welcome the farmer's sister on her usual visit at Christmas to put a wreath on the parents' grave.
Now, having watched a lovely, very Christmassy Country File from Cornwall, we intend to sit and play Rumikub. We are not particularly sporty and really don't want three hours of Sports Personality.
Tomorrow's list? Do the last wash and iron before Christmas and after my cleaner has been to put up the decorations. There might be photographs later although I am not one hundred percent good yet at getting them on to my blog. Fingers crossed.