Saturday, 5 May 2012

To do list - 5 May 2012



·         Borrow strimmer from dear friend to flatten lawn.  Before it stops being a lawn.
·         Sew pilgrim badges onto large cloaks.
·         Trim three strangely squashy hats.
·         Find shawl to wrap baby in.
·         Re-bloodstain hand wrapping.
·         Run Act 1 of Faustus and make sure new Lechery knows what to do.
·         Measure Mephistopheles.
·         Take in Grisolan's trousers.
·         Make sure Akahale the dragonborn warlock is up to date and send to patient DM waiting for him.
·         Test-drive bruise and dead skin makeup for Accrington Pals.
·         Paint bed type structure.
·         Find three pairs of rogue boots - i.e. the ones we had before the great boot crisis of May 2 which have now disappeared into the props cupboard.
·         Update games with entertaining treasure items.
·         Check rules for impending test drive game for some lovely bloggy friends.
·         Re-write Malfi programme in English and with correctly spelled names.
·         Make more blood pellets.
·         Find another jacket for goaler.
 
Sometimes I think my life might be a little strange.

24 comments:

  1. Sounds quite reasonable to me. The Rev wonders if you fancied writing a sermon on the Ethiopian eunuch in your spare time... xxx

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    1. But of course. When does he need it?

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  2. Dang... that's quite a day planned... what's a realistic prediction, as far as how much you'll likely get done?

    Dave the Goof

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    1. Well, I've managed the hats, found the boots, stitched the trousers, measured Mephistopheles, run Part 1 of Faustus, sewn up a cloak, wrapped a baby, done the pilgrim badges, re-bloodied the hand, sorted out Akahale and found a spare jacket.

      Not succeeded in the painting, updatery or game rules finding yet, nor is the lawn strimmed, but it's not looking too bad.

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  3. Tomorrow 10:15 am !

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    1. Might be a bit of narrow window, but I'll do my best.

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  4. Not so much strange as extremely hectic! I have a large board on my study wall that I can see from my desk and on it are the days of the week where I add 'to do' things - so that they can't escape!

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    1. I have one of those too. Very useful, if permanently guilt inducing.

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  5. If I didn't know what you do and you didn't mention plays, I'd think you had a really bizarre family/home :D That's a long list, good luck with it all!

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    1. See my reply to Dave's post above for the list of done items :)

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  6. That's a big list. Good luck.

    Oh is Akahale coming back to pbp, or it for a home game?

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    1. Akahale is going into a game at RPol run by Pat. I'm really looking forward to playing him again, paranoid nutbar that he is.

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    2. Glad to hear it, it's always lovely to carry on with PC's especially after a hiatus, or if their story hasn't been played out. In fact I have only ever finished a couple & they were Cthulhu games.

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  7. That's quite a list! Good luck. :)

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    1. Thank you :) More done from it than expected so far.

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  8. Very....erm....'eclectic' list! ;D

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  9. That all sounds a right laugh!

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  10. Hi Amanda .. sorry about your trip out to school and return! Pain .. but happens occasionally.

    This list looks interesting and I sure hope you've succeeded in some of them, and made a start in others .. have a fun busy weekend - you won't worry that it's cold and foul .. lots of tea and coffee to keep you going ..

    Good Luck and Cheers Hilary

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  11. I personally love a good to do list. I can't live without mine.

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    1. Have to have lists. There's a sticky post-it thingbob on my computer that just gets longer and longer.

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  12. "Re-bloodstain hand wrapping" and "measure Mephistopheles" are my favourite items on this list.

    Elizabeth Twist: Writer, Plague Enthusiast

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    1. This is what comes of persuading your theatre to let you do Duchess of Malfi and Doctor Faustus in the same year :)

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