Monday, January 28, 2008

101 things to do in 1001 days

If you are looking for the HERE!

While roaming blog land one night, I found this fun site. Of course I then set about making my own 101 things to do in 1001 days! Here is my list and I will give periodic updates on it, just to mix it up a little bit with the knitting!

101 things to do in 1001 days!

  1. Learn Continental Knitting
  2. Learn to knit from a chart
  3. Knit all of the novelty yarn I have some how accumulated in my stash
  4. Cut my hair off for Locks of love
  5. Have a family picnic
  6. Plant a Vegetable garden
  7. Travel to a state I have never visited
  8. Visit a Beach
  9. Vote in the Presidental Primary for 2008
  10. Vote in the November 2008 Election
  11. Make an entire gourmet meal.
  12. Finish a crochet project
  13. Fast for a day
  14. Watch the Sunset from the top of a mountain
  15. Go to the Hot Springs with Larry
  16. Dig out the Tree Stump in the Back Yard
  17. Put Change in Someone’s Expired Meter
  18. Finish Larry’s Sweater
  19. Make Birthday gift for Renee
  20. Make Birthday gift for Paula
  21. Make Birthday gift for AJ
  22. Make Birthday gift for Kalleb
  23. Hand make Valentine for kids classes this year
  24. Go to a Women’s Retreat
  25. Get a Pedicure
  26. Have a weekend away for our 10 year anniversary
  27. Go to a Saturday Afternoon Sit and Stitch at Ewephoria
  28. Paint the Living Room
  29. Decorate the Bathroom
  30. Decorate my room
  31. Take a Cake Decorating Class
  32. Get a Passport
  33. Take a Photography Class
  34. Buy a Camcorder
  35. Visit my Brother and His Family in Utah
  36. Read a Farewell to Arms, by Earnest Hemmingway
  37. Participate in Read the Same Book for 2008
  38. Participate in Read the Same Book for 2009
  39. Participate in Read the Same Book for 2010
  40. Learn how to make Chocolate Truffles
  41. Plant a Herb Garden
  42. Send a care package to my Grandparents
  43. Send a care package to Larry’s Parents
  44. Send Valentines Cards to Family in 2008
  45. Do a Craft with Hannah
  46. Do a Craft with Anders
  47. Take Anders and Hannah out on a Date
  48. Go on a date with Larry
  49. Send a Postcard to Post Secret
  50. Go Sugar free for a Week
  51. Give away 10 stamp sets
  52. Spend a whole day doing what the kids want.
  53. Have a New Years Eve Party
  54. Take a Bubble Bath
  55. Buy a H2O mop
  56. Go out dancing
  57. Volunteer for Habitat for Humanity
  58. Have a Family Game Night
  59. Knit a Pair of Socks
  60. Write a knitting Pattern
  61. Bake a loaf of bread
  62. Visit Portland
  63. Dye my Hair
  64. Knit something for my Mom
  65. Knit a sweater for Anders
  66. Knit a sweater for Hannah
  67. Knit all 24 KAL in the Monthly Dishcloths Group
  68. Hold a Blog Contest on my Blogiversary
  69. Throw a 40th Birthday Party for Larry
  70. Learn to Quilt
  71. Celebrate a Silly Holiday
  72. Buy Slipcovers for the Couches
  73. Clean out the Van really really really well!
  74. Write a Short Story
  75. Find a beer I actually like
  76. Do 1 thing in 2008 to lower my carbon footprint
  77. Do 1 thing in 2009 to Lower my Carbon Footprint
  78. Do 1 thing in 2010 to lower my Carbon Footprint
  79. Go to a Psychic
  80. Go to the Zoo
  81. Knit something for Charity
  82. Plan a “fancy’ dinner for my family
  83. Have Thanksgiving Dinner at my house
  84. Bake a Pie
  85. Go to the McCall Winter Carnival
  86. Throw a 30th Birthday Party for Myself
  87. Make 1 new Friend
  88. Read a comparative Religions book
  89. Read 1 book from this list
  90. Read 1 book from this list
  91. Find Something I would want as a tattoo
  92. Let Larry take me on a road trip to where ever he wants to go!
  93. Knit in Church
  94. build a swift
  95. Plant Tulips in the Front flower beds
  96. Have a whole weekend without TV
  97. Enter all my books into Library Thing Account
  98. Make a family tree
  99. Buy Patio Furniture
  100. Fly to Seattle for just the day
  101. Read a book from this list


hopalong682003 said...

What a great list, Tami! I love the way that you included general things with really specific "to-do's" like removing your tree stump. I think I might have to make a list, too.

Kris said...

That's a great list you came up with. :] I'm in the process of making my own and I'll be posting it up as soon as I do. I love the fact that you have 1001 days to complete them so you don't feel so pressured and rushed.

Ariel said...

I love your list. You'd really read in church? I love the idea but don't think I could actually do it. :-)