Make a dinner menu and a grocery list and then actually go grocery shopping.
Scan and/or print all the primary songs involved in the primary program and compile them into a 3 ring binder in the order they are to be sung so I don't have to flip pages back and forth in the songbook while I accompany the practice this afternoon and the actual program on Sunday.
Return "When In Rome" to the Redbox at the grocery store. Make sure to watch "Leap Year" so that can get returned also.
Order a hanging cage stand on-line so Max, the parakeet doesn't have to sit on the kitchen table any more.
Vacuum all the hamster food off the carpet in the basement. (Why, oh why, does Lilian and her friend Julianna always do this every time they play together??)
Give this girl a bath before preschool.
Correct these math papers for Brandon's 4th grade teacher.
Empty the overflowing garbage cans.
Dust. Someone told me today that "dust is Heavenly Father's protective covering for furniture." That may be all fine and good but when the dust is thick enough that your kids are starting to sign their names in it, maybe it's time to do something about it...