My bucket list from 2008. It is long and I have added comments.
Teach myself to Quilt. I have taken up sewing again instead. I have sewn a few garments, some bags and have lots of projects in mind that I intend to get to. I am finding I see a pattern I like and try to adapt my patterns to fit the dress rather than buying new patterns all the time.
Visit a Amish Community to see their Quilting.
Get over my fear of flying. I still need to do this.
Fly in a helicopter with my husband around our county. Did I really write this?
Visit Canada, American, Italy.
Do some mission work in Eastern Europe.
Study for and pass a degree.
Learn to surf. I did a summer of
body-boarding and am in the process of finding out if I am allowed in
the sea again. Paddling is my limit at the moment. However, I can still enjoy the beach environment.
Learn to drive. Yeah, I passed my test. Working on the driving confidence after my heart surgery.
Own a VW Beetle Car. If this ever happens, I reckon it will be after the children have flown the nest.
I would love to go skiing again. The last time I tried I wasn't very good at it but it was such great fun. I would be going on my own but this may not be the best idea with a 'fixed' sternum.
Get to a point in my life where I am happy being me. And not care what others think. Heart surgery puts your life in perspective.
Ride a Harley Davidson.
Climb Ben Nevis. When I get my old ticker back to full strength ....
Be able to play the piano proficiently. I play the piano on a regular basis now.
Teach my girls the basics of reading music.
Train my girls in the way of the Lord.
Watch my girls become normal functioning adults who contribute to the world.
Meet up with on-line friends.
See my church become a beacon in our town.
Read some CS Lewis.
Write a poem or two.
To become a godly woman.
Spend some time in a really expensive hotel. Stayed in a lovely place for our 20th wedding anniversary.
Develop a really fun relationship with my siblings. Still working on this. I am coming to the conclusion that I have different levels of relationship with each sibling.
Learn to pray in a Christ-like way. Work in progress.
I would love to go on a top-quality Cookery Course with my girls, in fact my husband could come along as well if he liked.
If I had my way (and the money!) I would make a spa/pamper day an annual
feature of my life. And when my girls are old enough bring them along
as well. I am not allowed to do the Sauna part but the other stuff is fine.