- bungee jump
- make a quilt
- get married
- go to a spa
- visit Prince Edward Island
- try fried butter
- take a cruise to Alaska
- have a child (biological/adopted/step)
- appear on TV
- write a novel I can be proud of (whether or not it ever gets published)
- go to Europe
- release 35 pounds*
- take my dad to a Cubs game
- go to a dc Talk concert**
buy a house(fulfilled 8-2-13—see post)
- watch the full series run of Friday Night Lights***
get a house cat(fulfilled 8-3-13—see post)
- visit Maine
- take a pottery class
go back to school****(fulfilled Fall 2011—see post)
- serve on a jury*****
- have a frozen hot chocolate at Serendipity 3
go to a country concert(fulfilled 8-26-11—see post)
- learn how to make cheese
- get a job in a library
- go to the top of the Empire State Building
- get a massage
- grow my own herbs
- take a cross country road trip
- read the Bible from cover to cover
- go to Australia
- write something on this blog that gets picked up/linked to by a well respected website or blogger
- attend a showtunes night at a piano bar
- be a camp counselor
go to a Nebraska-Ohio State football game(fulfilled 10-8-11—see post)
*This is how Sandi Patty talked about losing weight at Women of Faith. It makes sense--if you lose something, you want to find it again. When I release 35 pounds, I will never want to find that weight again!
**Yes, I'm well aware that dc Talk broke up a good 10 years ago. Should they ever go on a reunion tour (and they should), I would pay insane amounts of money and travel a ridiculous distance to see them.
***I watched the pilot. Twice. And I was incredibly bored both times. But I hear that it gets a lot better as it goes along (though I've also heard that season two gets a little terrible), so I think I should give it another shot.
****Technically, I've already gone "back to school"--I took a semester off before beginning college, so when I started, you could consider it "going back." But I think it still counts--I want to go back again!
*****Ever since I learned what a jury was, I've wanted to serve on one. Strange, I know.