The List

  1. Start a blog
  2. Be near fluent in Spanish
  3. Be proficient in German
  4. Polish my Haitian Creole
  5. Host a real dinner party
  6. Go to Lausanne, Switzerland
  7. Go to Canada
  8. Visit 5 new states
  9. Make a big career move
  10. Make a wearable skirt
  11. Make a wearable dress
  12. Do consistent double pirouettes
  13. Get my arabesque over 90 degrees
  14. Get my frontal splits back
  15. Go to the adult dance camp
  16. Take a dance class in another country
  17. Build myself a dance practice area
  18. Relearn how to play the sax
  19. Learn basic computer programming
  20. Build a functioning robot
  21. Become a mother
  22. Submit an article, essay, or short story for publication
  23. Complete a full manuscript
  24. Grow APL (when stretched) hair
  25. Buy a house with a big kitchen
  26. Have an 8 month rainy day fund
  27. Take a cooking/baking class
  28. Bake 5 new breads
  29. Make 5 new desserts
  30. Make 5 new entrees
  31. Have friends over for a traditional fondue
  32. Own my style
  33. Take a last minute flight
  34. Read (or reread) the Top Banned Classics from the ALA
  35. Find the perfect red lipstick
  36. Go on a Girls’ Weekend Out
  37. Open to suggestions
  38. Free pick
  39. Future goal
  40. Future goal

13 thoughts on “The List”

  1. Great list! Good for you for trying all these wonderful things 🙂

  2. Thanks for reading my blog. I LOVE your list. I’ll be cheering you on.

  3. #35 – Word of advice – do not go cheap on (red) lipstick. Unless you want it wear off easy or end up on your teeth. Also, go matte. Seems to last longer. Try Lancome’s new matte line. I have a red lipstick from them that I wear almost daily. I have always felt that very woman should have a tube. Most definitely.

  4. To piggyback on #33, how about Take a Last Minute Train? It’s an entirely different way to experience a place – more up close and personal. You get a view both gritty and glamorous – fun inspiration for a great writer like you! I’m really enjoying your blog and wish you all the best, Terri

    • Sorry for the late reply, and thanks for commenting. We don’t have much of a rail system here in Central Florida, but I did once look at the minimal train schedule for the next day, picked a town and booked a ticket. It did in fact give me quite a few pages of notes and observations. Thanks for reading 🙂

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