I meant to post this sooner, but with the holidays, I have barely been home long enough to post. Anyways, for the past two weeks, I have had friends from work, my dad, my sisters, and my brothers asking me what I wanted for Christmas. On Thursday, I was kind enough to write out a nice Christmas list out, and I slid it in my dad’s wallet. Hmm, maybe he’ll actually pull through this year. :)
15. Spend three months getting your body into optimum shape.
I want to get my body looking good. When I get it into shape, I definitely intend on keeping it there. I have never been a super skinny girl. In high school, I weighted my lightest, due to all the sports I played in high school. Then college happened. Even though I was still active in sports, I still gained that freshman fifteen — or thirty. And now that I’m finished college… it appears that even looking at a cookie, I gain ten pounds. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not so heavy that my health is at risk, it’s just I’m concerned about getting my body back into shape. I just want to look and feel better.
I don’t have a green thumb at all. I am better at killing plant rather than keeping them alive, so growing a garden would be a rather interesting task for me. To grow a garden you have to be diligent and practice patience. It can be an incredibly rewarding thing, knowing you put the time and effort in to create something so beautiful. At the same time, it can be very time-consuming. It should be an interesting task nonetheless.
Seriously, this has to be the best thing I have ever seen in so long. I don’t have the time, nor the patience to walk through the Grand Canyon (plus not the mention the fact that I would probably die out there or get eaten by a rattlesnake.) This just seems like the perfect way to see the Grand Canyon and I am so game!
I don’t want to even think about this one for a while but I do know it’s something I would like to do soon. I think it’s super important to have a living will made up, since you never really know what’s going to happen in your future.
Who knows? I’m not dwelling hard-core on this one.