My urgent, post-funeral To Do List seems to have taken on a life of its own. It just keeps growing. It got up to 101 but I found one duplicate so with a big sigh of relief I was able to erase one. And it has kept me busy. Scan the list for the next top priority, then get to work. In the past 3 days I have managed to cross off 27 of the bigger, more urgent items. The list has also been helpful in other ways. As I remarked this morning when I got up to a messy kitchen, "I would have washed the dishes, but it wasn't on my List . . . "
My daughter tells me that I need to make ANOTHER list - this one of things I need to remember to do every day. Oh dear. That one could be harder.