Of course Sheri accompanied her goals with a lot of stash photos. C'mon, Terri, let's see it!
I was actually able to codify three goals.
Learn how to lose weight using Weight Watcher's Core Plan. I know how to do it with regular Weight Watchers, but my doctor strongly suggested I switch to Core because of the diabetes scare.*
Learn how to defuse anxiety. I printed out some hints for stress-reduction from the Weight Watcher's website, but didn't have time to read them. Maybe I haven't simplified my life enough.
Make sure it's actually Paul on the phone when I get a call-back after paging him. It's really embarrassing to answer, "Hey, Pollywoggy," only to have a surgical nurse say, "He's scrubbed."
Those are all the goals I have.
There are a lot of things I should do, such as get the deadly nightshade out of the rose bushes.
There are a lot of things I want to do, mainly knitting.
I think I'll just let those things be freeform and happen as they may.
As far as the free-form stuff goes, here is a project-in-the-queue photo:
A stash-I-couldn't-stand-to-take-downstairs photo:**
And a grandkid project I forgot about because it was in the bookcase and not the closet (sorry for the fuzzy photo, but you get the idea, right?):
*My A1C was 5.9 in February. 6.0 and over indicates diabetes.
** That empty space is where my bag full of early music instruments goes; it's not open to stash.