Do you write lists, lists of lists, and then lists of where the lists are?

I recall my mother sitting at the yellow Formica kitchen table, writing in her neat, school teacher script the lesson plans for school and the weekly shopping lists.

My daughters make lists, I make lists...

  sometimes on the back of an envelope, discarded paper, receipts, 


post-it-notes that seem to stick to something else, corners of newspapers and magazines,

computer folders for lists...hmm now that is convenient!

and occasionally a really nice Fancy-Nancy Notebook for "lists that can't get misplaced." (Until you forget you have that fancy book!)

I wonder what type of list maker you might be, my friends. 

I am inviting you to join me for a different type of list making I happily found on  Geri Centonze's website. She posted a whimsical, inspiring list of things to do on a rainy day.  I thought I would give it a whirl. Check her link for a fun peek at her list!

Kellie has created an opportunity (check link above) to join other list makers in posting once a week for 52 weeks. She supplies the prompts.

 Week 7 ( I am a little behind)
The prompt  for this week is: Things to Do on a Rainy Day.

You will never see so many creative ways to keep a list. Join in on the fun.


  1. Wow! What an amazing posts on your rainy day list and also seeing all of your fun to have a peek into your life!

  2. your creative 'list'. And - of course - what would we do without our lists?!?!?

  3. Hi Sharon!
    I'm an avid list maker, journal keeper, etc. if it's something I can write down, I will! Thanks for sharing.

    Ciao Bella
    Creative Carmelina


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