I have two weeks before Thanksgiving week, and desperately want to have most of the big stuff done for a play I’m directing (which goes up the week after Thanksgiving) and for Thanksgiving itself, before that week! I have posted my list for this week in the to-do-list thread in my Blog Frog Community. Please feel free to add your own to the conversation. If you’re not a member yet, it’s free and super simple to join. You don’t have to add a picture, and you can even use a fake name if you’d like to hide your slob-identity.
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