Another month down! I am officially 29 now as well with celebrating my birthday this past weekend.
I am only going to comment on ones where I feel I have an update from now on.
So let’s see how I did in April.
1. Crochet something else besides blankets or scarves at least once a year
2. Do a photography challenge
3. Visit 5 cities I have never been to before (3/5)
- We went to Bloomington, IN for a great weekend with friends.
4. Tour at least one of the distilleries in the KY/TN area
5. Send at least 5 snail mail a month
- This is done, but postage is expensive folks!
6. Become a “professional” photographer
7. Run at least 10 races (any distance) (1/10)
- I did a half marathon a couple weeks ago. One race down.
8. Go camping with Tom
9. Pay for the car behind me in a drive through
10. See Tyrone Wells live as many times as possible
- I went to his “Closer Than Ever” tour last week. It was AH-mazing.
11. Tour Fort Defiance here in Clarksville
12. Water ski with my dad
13. Do a 5K with my mom
14. Take a swing dance class with Tom
15. Read at least one fun book a month and one professional development book every three months
- I did read a fun book this month, which I will post my review soon. I picked out a Nicholas Sparks book to get me out of my rut. (Some people don’t like Sparks, but he can always get me out of a bummer book time.) I am also working on a professional development book.
16. Take a pottery or stained glass class
17. Do one new recipe each month
- I showed you this recipe of an egg casserole. I also made dried strawberries, and I will show that recipe later this week.
18. See both a Clemson and UCM football game live
19. Find a place to volunteer on a regular basis
20. Go hiking
21. Ride in a hot air balloon
22. Go to at least 20 “new to me” restaurants. (11/20)
- I went to the Rockbottom Brewery in Nashville. I think anything I would have eaten there would have tasted good because I as so hungry. We went there after the race expo, but there was a huge wait because of all the tourists. The pizza there is awesome. I also went to The Alley here in Clarksville, who makes a wicked burger. They are also really cheap so that is a double win in my book. After the half marathon, we went to Richard’s Cafe which is a small hole in the wall place outside of Nashville that has live music and awesome food.
23. Stay at a bed and breakfast
24. Spend a day without electronics (phone, t.v. and computer)
25. Have a Kentucky Derby themed 3oth birthday party.
26. Explore Nashville while we live here
- I got a huge dosage of this when I did the half marathon since it went all over Nashville.
27. Watch at least 10 movies that I have not seen before that won Best Picture at the Oscars and at least 20 documentaries (not necessarily Oscar winning) Movies (0/10); Documentaries (4/20)
28. Sew an item of clothing from scratch
29. Do a personal devotional/bible study on my own
30. Be a mascot for an event
31. Go on our honeymoon (preferably somewhere tropical)
32. Host an annual NCAA Basketball Tournament Championship game party
33. Go on a mission trip
34. Be on a recreation volleyball team
35. Become a mom
- I just celebrated my first Mother’s Day, even though it is odd since George isn’t here yet.