I have no major plans for this year. I'd like it to be as flowing as last year. Everything fit into place last year despite the odd week of having too much to do that particular week. Last year I had hoped to paint my house a color so non-rural it would make your eyes hurt, but I think orange does that already.
I'd like to plant a few cherry blossom trees in the front yard and build a pergola at the back.
I'd like to get Hubs into her own room and stop giving in to her 'but I might die' stories.
I'd like to take care of those credit cards I don't like to think about.
I'd like Tyler to manage her money better and wipe out that student overdraft that's haunting her bank account.
I'd like to keep up with the maintenance on my car.
I'd like to go to the temple more this year.
I'd like to worry about me first and not everyone else.
I'd like to visit my sister more than I did last year.
I'd like my Mum to worry about her first and not everyone else.
I'd like to blog every day, because some of you complain when I don't ;)
I'd like to save money for a rainy day.
I'd like to learn a hymn a week. I'm not too great at playing church hymns. I've always thought chorale music, structurally, was boring and told myself as a teenager that I needed four eyes to read, at times, all 8 notes. Give me a Sonata in D# with ten movements and I'll have it done by the end of the day. Give me a boring plain hymn and I need a month.
I'd like to take Hubs on a plane to Auckland. She keeps asking, but at this point there is not enough St Johns Wort in the world to make me get on a plane.
I'd like someone to invent the StarGate technology so I can go to America to shop at WalMart and be home again in 15 minutes.
I'd like to enjoy my ward.
I'd like those couches at church burned.
I'd like to keep my Hubba happy and tame.
I'd like to eat better.
I'd like to complete schooling earlier than the schedule allows.
I'd like to not procrastinate.
I'd like to win the lotto.
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