In the spirit of “if it’s not on the to-do list, it’s never gonna get done,” we present to you a list for getting back into it.1. Enlist Grandma and Grandpa to watch the kids for the weekend.2. Head south to Alderbrook Resort & Spa, a secluded waterfront spot on the beautiful Hood Canal.3. Indulge in a couple’s massage at the serene spa to loosen up.4. Take a bottle of wine on an evening stroll along the quiet new walking trail. Drink. Stop to enjoy the sunset. Make out feverishly.5. Back in your room, draw a bath for two. Disrobe each other. Slowly. Enjoy berries and champers in the tub.6. Wake up, whenever. Leave your undies where you dropped them last night. Sip French-pressed coffee on the balcony.7. Get dressed. Head home.8. Have a lock installed on the bedroom door.Alderbrook Resort & Spa, 7101 Route 106, Union (360-898-2200 or alderbrookresort.com).Photo: Courtesy of Alderbrook Resort & SpaSPELLNature AlphabetWhat: Preschoolers explore nature through alphabet-themed stories and activities. This week, N Is for Nap Time for Animals. Why: It’s as easy as A, B, C.When: Fri., 1:30 p.m. Register by Tues.Where: Tacoma Nature Center, 1919 S. Tyler St., Tacoma (253-591-6439).TREATIf You Give a Mouse a CookieWhat: Jody Davidson’s adaptation of Laura Numeroff’s sweet story (illustrated by Felicia Bond) of a teeny mouse who wears out a lively little boy.Why: It’s cookie monster madness.When: Thru Nov. 29. Fri., 7 p.m.; Sat. & Sun., 2 & 5:30 p.m.Where: Seattle Children’s Theatre, 201 Thomas St. (206-441-3322).GO WILDPumpkin ProwlWhat: Woodland Park Zoo’s annual Halloween fest includes live entertainment, treats, carved pumpkins, and more.Why: It’s a howl of a good time.When: Fri.-Sun., 5-8 p.m.Where: Woodland Park Zoo, N. 50th St., at Fremont Ave. (206-548-2500).