Then there is the fair hearing to file for my aunt, endless documents to fax to her eldercare lawyer, summer camp forms for my daughter and corresponding health forms (which means making an appointment with her doctor--I forgot that detail), and my aunt's monthly bills (with disbursement forms for each one) to be organized and submitted to her disablity trust, and college deposits to send and room selection forms to be completed, and insurance coverage to be bought in advance of my sons England-France trip tomorrow (talk about procrastination; that call will have to happen this morning), and travel arrangements for my kids visit to their grandmother in St. Lucia in June, and on and on and on. And then there's all the stuff I have to get done at work. My head is spinning.
My dad used to say, "He who has no memory makes one of paper." Thank God for wise fathers and "to do" lists.