I like that idea. Another blogger that I like was making lists of 3 delightful things a day for awhile. I like that idea, too. Threes seem to work so well for so many different reasons. My to-do lists are never as short as that. They tend to be long and revolving, in the sense that as soon as half of the things have been crossed off, a new crop springs up which needs to be added. Life is a never-ending to-do list.
3 things that make me happy: good news for people I care about, trying a new recipe & having it turn out great, taking a much-needed half day off
3 things that bum me out: friends who cancel plans, waiting for the next book in a series to be published, not being able to sleep in
3 more things that make me happy: snow drifts, sunshine in winter, having things in their places
3 more things that bum me out: how quiet the Internet gets Friday nights, waiting (for anything), a computer clock that is 20 minutes slow and won't stay on time no matter what we try
3 things that I thought about today: that my family will be home in 2 days, that I need to lighten up, that spring isn't THAT far off
3 things that I am looking forward to: a meeting next week to discuss our work overload and ways to solve it, the optimistic plans to get home to the States this summer, lilacs
3 things I sometimes wonder about: why people drive so slowly in front of me, why people always wait until the last minute to send in their presentations for review, why I don't seem to find time for art these days
3 sites I've been enjoying lately: Gennine, thxthxthx, fortysixth at grace
3 things I plan to do this weekend: write a new to-do list, enjoy the last 2 days of clean & quiet, SLEEP IN.
What threes are on your mind?