Winter Bucket List

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I hope to install a bird feeder on my patio this winter.

Do you like writing bucket lists?

Does writing such a list intrigue you or frustrate you? I find that dreaming about what to put on a bucket list is energizing and fun.

I wrote a Fall Bucket List this year. While I did not complete a lot of items on the list, it was fun to think about the items. It was also fun to do what I did. I am sure I accomplished more because of having this list. Some things are not season dependent, so I can do them anytime. And I have a list already made for next year!

Since it is a week into winter, it is an appropriate time to write My Winter Bucket List. I will spend the next 3 months (December 22, 2011 – March 19, 2012) having fun with the below list.

What would you add to this list? Or would your list be completely different?

Activity

  • Go snowshoeing.
  • Go dog sledding

    Perhaps this is the year I’ll go dog sledding.

Create

Dream

I’d like to make fortune cookies from either edible dough or felt. What fun I’d have writing the fortunes.

Food

  • Make fortune cookies with fortunes. Perhaps go to the  fortune cookie factory in San Francisco.
  • Get a bread machine and perfect one recipe.
  • Drink my stash of teas.
  • Make goody plate for neighbours.
  • Make cookies that sit on rim of mug. This gingerbread house or this sweet round are 2 I’d like to try.
  • Do once a month cooking 2-3 times.

Health

  • Drink green smoothie 3-4 times a week for breakfast.
  • Eat no later than 7 pm.
  • Get organized.

Interior Design

  • Rearrange my office: move furniture, buy rug and new paint, change out photos, declutter books from one bookshelf (move shelf out of office)
  • Set up tea area for quick access at work.
  • Declutter one home bookshelf.  Did several bookshelves so this  counted for the Fall Bucket List too.
  • Pick new paint scheme for living room – match it to my mug. Paint one wall. (painted 2 – living room and bedroom)
  • Do something with hand-dyed fabric (perhaps pillows for couch).

    The colours in this mug make me happy. That’s why the colours of my living room will mimic the mug.

Money

  • Roll coins from piggy bank. Set aside for trip to Disneyland in the fall of 2012.  I emptied my pink, plastic pig and rolled $162.00 worth of coins.
  • Start saving for car

Movies

Photography

Read

Renew library card. 

Read 11 books from my bookshelf. 6 of them are fiction. I learned from the last reading challenge that I enjoyed reading fiction books but don’t normally give myself permission to read them.

Fiction

  • Lilah by Marek Halter 
  • Sarah by Marek Halter – Don’t recommend.
  • Little House on Rocky Ridge by Roger Lea MacBride (about Rose the daughter of Luara Ingalls Wilder)
  • The Atonement Child by Francine Rivers
  • Unspoken by Francine Rivers (about Bathsheba) – Don’t recommend.
  • Unshaken by Francine Rivers (about Ruth)

What would it feel like to sit at the feet of Rabbi Jesus, sensing His power and learning firsthand about His kingdom?

Non Fiction

  • Life’s Healing Choices by John Baker
  • Praying Jesus’ Way by Curtis Mitchell
  • Sitting at the Feet of Rabbi Jesus by Ann Spangler and Lois Tverberg
  • The Wonderful Spirit Filled Life by Charles Stanley
  • Unmapped Darkness by Thomas Finch (I started this last Summer and want to  finish it)

Travel

  • Spend a weekend at a cabin in the snow.
  • Plan a 2 week trip for 2012.
  • Check out local coffee breweries. Went to Insight Coffee Roasters. Check out #1 at this post for some details.
  • Visit the Bay Area twice. Went 3 times.

Unfinished Projects (UFP’s)

Volunteer

  • Teach someone to read and write.
  • Teach craft classes.

Write

Your Turn . . .

  • What are you most excited about for winter?
  • What would you add to your bucket list?

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