2012 to do list

There are so many things that pass through my mind as “Oh my gosh, I need to do/try that!” and I always lose track of them. So this year, as my New Year’s resolution, I am going to keep a running list here and cross things off as I get to them. Hopefully it works out and by this time next year, I can look back and feel like I got a lot done.

  • Bake a cake from scratch
  • Bake a pie from scratch
  • Make pasta from scratch
  • Can something
  • Participate in a couple of good blogger syndicates
  • Lose weight (1/17, joined Weight Watchers)
  • Build out our backyard to look like a New Orleans courtyard, including brick pavers
  • Organize the garage
  • Purge everything we aren’t using in the house (clothes/toys/furniture)
  • Organize a Loyal Order of the Glamper gathering
  • Polish our Yellowstone vintage camper
  • Replace the bad wood inside our vintage camper
  • Sew an awning for our vintage camper
  • Get all the water running properly in the vintage camper
  • Get all the original external electric all in the vintage camper
  • Find a warehouse to rent Done! Renting 1/3 of an airplane hangar.
    – Create an artist co-op so we all have work spaces.
    – Have a warehouse gallery show/sale.
  • Get serious about my picking/antiquing/vintage home goods business (thus the warehouse)
  • Have a Bluebird Goods booth at the Country Living Fair
  • Sell at no fewer than 3 regional markets as Bluebird Goods
  • Get a national publication to do a story about Bluebird Goods
  • Get the entire house in proper shape so I can follow up on the offer from Apartment Therapy to do a home tour.
  • Take the kids to Washington DC
  • Take a road trip to Memphis, just because they have awesome BBQ
  • Canoe the Des Plaines River
  • Canoe the Salt Creek
  • Participate in at least one Salt Creek maintenance effort (cutting up old trees, clearing out strainers, etc.)
  • Take the kids to at least 1 fine arts event per month
  • Get my kids together with their Colorado cousins for a family weekend
  • Get the family out on at least 1 camping trip per month through the warm seasons
  • Start learning to fly fish
  • Take Sophia fishing

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