Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Just in Case the World Ends

I'm not a believer in the 2012 end of the world prophecy but I do know that none of us has any promise of tomorrow at all. You only live until your time is up and there's not guarantee when that will be so you have to live each day to the fullest and be proud of what you have done so far. With that being said, here's a list of things I'm hoping to do/accomplish this year. I would love for you to comment and let me know what you hope to accomplish this year.

  • Go ice skating - of course this requires both hubby and I to learn but I think it would be fun to go at least once in my life. 
  • Go to an astrologer in India - don't believe in these either but I've always thought it would be fun to go and well...when in India, do as the Indians do! 
  • Go to a cricket match in India - I hate sports but I think this would be quite the experience indeed. 
  • Take hubby to a local baseball game in the US - this is a great way to see a big chunk of American culture and I think he would find it fascinating. I say a local game though because I doubt he'll sit through the entire game and there's no stadiums near my family. 
  • Order food delivery here - we finally have one place that delivers to our area and I want to call, order it myself and then make hubby go downstairs and pay for it hahahahaha
  • I want to organize the ultimate westerner kitty party. A friend and I joke about this often and how we would get kicked out because they've never seen a kitty party so rowdy but I'm working on making it happen. I finally know enough westerners here I think we can make it happen and we already have the place picked out to go.
  • Finish at least one book. I'm working on several including a children's storybook for intercultural children and I would love to get at least one finished so I can start the publication process. This of course means I must stop procrastinating though. Wish me luck!

3 comments:

  1. Hi Kristy, I look forward to going to the golden beaches on the Gold Coast In Australia and I look forward to cooking up an Aussie Barbeque with my kids and family. I hope you get to do all the things on your wish list.

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  2. I will definitely be purchasing the children's book when it comes out. I only have one book so far that is even kind of erhnic for my baby so far and that is I is for India. I hope you accomplish all of your goals and the only one I can really think of is to get my house sold and my family moved to Dallas by the end of the year. Oh and for some reason my cursor on this comment box refuses to move so by erhnic I meant ethnic.

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  3. Thank you! I never liked barbeque's before but now I miss them as well. My mother loves them so I'm sure I'll get treated to a few while I'm at home.

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