Are you familiar with the expression "spoilt for choice?" It's common here in New Zealand, think it's English in origin, and means "to be unable to choose because there are so many possible good choices."
It came to mind the other day when I was reporting to John about my various potential work projects for the day and week. With tongue planted firmly in cheek, I told him that there's so much work to do at Struan Farm I am spoilt for choice!
On any given day, what I end up getting stuck into is a function of both my mood and the weather. I don't crack into major gardening or a big clean up in the cold, driving rain, for example.
The good news is that I've still got lots of options for work projects, and that makes me happy as Larry! Just don't ask me who Larry is (yet another kiwi expression), or about the pond clean up, okay?....