Saturday, September 20, 2008

ten more

Okay, like I said in the last post, I've been kind of in to lists all day. This time I think I will list ten random* things I want to do in the next ten years...

10. Go to Ireland. I don't know what it is about this place, I could claim wanting trace back to my redheaded roots, but I'm barely Irish so that doesn't really count. I mostly want to go because it seems like one of the most beautiful, scenic, peaceful places ever. Maybe I'll honeymoon there one day or something.

9. Leave the state on a completely spontaneous road trip. In my mind I would have someone with me on this trip...though I don't know who or where we would go yet.

8. Go on a "longer" term mission trip. I'm not sure how long just yet...longer than any of the ones I have done up to this point. Maybe weeks or months...possibly years, who knows.

7. Go on a date.

6. Go to a Mormon tabernacle. (Just for the experience not because I'm thinking about converting.)

5. Really experience snow. I'm talking snowman-building, thermal-underwear-wearing, fingers-turning-purple, snow-sports type of snow.

4. See an opera. (I'm not totally dedicated to this one but I do think it's one of those things that everyone should probably do in their lifetime).

3. Have a spa day with my girls.

2. Go camping again.

1. Go see SNL live in NYC.

So I realize a lot of these involve travel, because to be honest, I feel like there are just a ton of places I want to go!

*I choose random ones because I assume ones like "get married" and "start a family" are obvious.


Andrew said...

I can help you with 9, 7, 6, 4, and 3. I'm not really a fan of the modern SNL, but I suppose the experience would be cool.

Daniel said...

colorado is a great place to accomplish many of those goals...

Marie said...

so we can totally go on the spontaneous roadtrip... duh! we already discussed this. although it will be spontaneous we may be able to get it to include real snow!

uh spa day, covered! birthday! woop. i like us. i am glad we are BFFAEs.

Ian said...

my redheaded high school spanish teacher honeymooned in Ireland. Experiencing snow doesn't always allow for snowman building. Our sheltered lives in Texas have deprived us of the knowledge that there are different kinds of snow and some of them aren't wet enough for construction. The other aspects are probably covered in all kinds of real snow.

Also. Arkadelphia is out of state and pretty spontaneous if you ask me