Back in February, when I first started blogging, Husband and I cooked up a list of the things we want to do before the end of the year. And as you may have noticed, if you've been here for the long haul, we're not really getting anywhere with our tasks. So, we took our our erasers and made some edits. There are actually more items than there were before, so we're not trying to take the easy way out. Here's what we've decided:
Read the same book: If we actually get some decent weather for camping and beach days, we'll get this done. Or we may just wait until it starts snowing so we can cozy up with two copies of a good book. It'll be like our own mini book club!
Golf together at least four times: Well, Husband has this one taken care of, minus me. He loves golf. LOVES it. And like I said before, I strongly like golf. I haven't said the L word to golf yet. But we are definitely in like. So, basically there are other things I'd sometimes rather do. But I really want to learn and get better, so this is saying on the list.
Go camping at least twice: This one already gets a 50% check and we've got another outing planned soon.
Sleep in all day: We don't sleep in. Ever. It's not that we necessarily want to sleep all day, but we want to have a completely free day when we can spend the whole day in bed, watching movies, reading good books and trying not to drop crumbs while we also snack there. Husband doesn't think I have the ability to do nothing for a whole day. Sounds like a challenge to me. *Update: I will do this. I swear.
Pull an all-nighter: I'm just realizing that this probably sounds super lame. What kind of 25-year-olds need to put an all-nighter on a to-do list?
Go hiking: Our fair province is filled with beautiful, scenic trails. We've been to Long Lake and Blomidon Provincial Park already this summer. Hopefully we'll hit a few more.
Try kayaking: This is still a must and we have tentative plans to venture out with friends S & N next month. Can't wait!
Spend a day on the Common: After they clean up the muddy mess following the weekend's rainy KISS concert, we're going to take all of our sports equipment and a picnic lunch and spend an afternoon.
Take in a movie at the alFresco filmFesto: A great Halifax event, this is a fest of weekly outdoor movies on the waterfront. Spectators bring their own chairs and enjoy a flick under the stars for $5. We hope to catch The Breakfast Club or Pulp Fiction.
Go to Shakespeare By The Sea: I saw two of these amazing outdoor performances last summer — A Midsummer Night's Dream and Othello — and can't wait to take Husband for his first time this year. We'll be seeing Love's Labour's Lost.