Posts tagged ‘Washington’

January 23, 2011

Day 23-Favorite vacation

My favorite vacation, was that to Ocean Shores, WA when I was about 13-14 years old. My dad, us kids, dad’s cousins and their kids would all go camping every year, and this was one of the first times we went to a place away from home to camp.

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January 22, 2011

Day 22-Favorite city

This, is my home. The only city I know well enough to call a favorite. I was born here, I started school here, after moving away a few times I graduated High School here, I fell in love here, and someday, will die here.

January 13, 2011

Day 13-Goals

My goals for 2011 in no specific order.

  1. Read 100 books
  2. Since the seasonal job I had didn’t work into something regular, get a job
  3. Pay off my debt
  4. Go to Montana to visit
  5. Go to Washington to visit
  6. Take my boyfriend to San Diego to see where his parents met
  7. Have $2500 in savings
  8. Write 20 new poems
  9. Go to most of my hunny’s concerts if he has any this year
  10. Learn how to bake perfect chocolate chip cookies
  11. Throw my hunny an awesome birthday party
  12. Take my hunny to a major concert of one of his favorite bands
  13. Write letters to friends and family
  14. Send family members birthday cards
  15. Continue owning up to my faults, correct bad habits, apologize when I am wrong, etc
  16. Getting my 2 memorial tattoos
  17. Help hunny finish his left sleeve tattoo by paying for a session or two
  18. Start and finish the teddy bear cross-stitch I bought my mom two years ago
  19. Get weight down to 130-135
  20. Sell wedding dress
October 20, 2010

Time Bomb – Part 3

Planning to move 900 miles is a tough task, even for one person. Planning to move 900 miles and have to consider another person and their child is a disaster waiting to happen.

Once I told my family I was moving, I had just a few weeks to get rid of everything that wouldn’t fit in my truck. I did so successfully, with the exception of entrusting the best friend’s mom with my desktop PC and monitor, and several hundreds of dollars in Mary Kay product. My truck was so full that I could only fit in my seat, and nothing else could be crammed anywhere. I could have fit more, I guess, but silly me, since I couldn’t see out my rear-view mirror, I ought to at least be able to see out of both of my side mirrors. Thus, leaving a good portion of my passenger seat ’empty”. If I were reckless, I would have filled it to the top.

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