3/30/09

Productive

Webster's Dictionary defines productive as:

–adjective
1. having the power of producing; generative; creative: a productive effort.
2. producing readily or abundantly; fertile: a productive vineyard.
3. causing; bringing about (usually fol. by of): conditions productive of crime and sin.

Sunday was an incredibly PRODUCTIVE day for me.

Three of the rooms in the house were cleaned (by threatening the children with death no TV or computer if they didn't finish it).

I learned new words (by playing Scrabble on Facebook all afternoon).

I made over $15,000 (by playing Texas Hold 'em on Facebook all afternoon).

I cleaned out my refrigerator (by eating all the food inside of it).

I cleaned out m cupboards (see above).

I took a shower (only after my own stench began to overwhelm me).

I made good conversation (mostly by internet chat).

I read a new book (or had it read to me by my 7 year old).

Laundry was cleaned (after I made a few nasty glances in Kirby's direction).

Groceries were bought (see above).

I ran a bath for the children (and ate dinner while they took it).

Children were put to bed (by threatening death computer and television loss).

Another rainy Sunday taken full advantage of by yours truly.

Call me lazy, I call it productive!

What did you do that was productive this weekend?

2 comments:

verygoodyear said...

I swept the floor (after I dropped a coffee mug on it because something fell out of the cabinet on it, and by SOMETHING I mean a box of snacks I had hidden up there)

Crazy Momma said...

I am sure you also nurished a baby and that, alone, is incredibly productive!