#5. Dress more girly – I’ve been wearing earrings to work everyday since New Year’s, even the day when I couldn’t find my gold pair that would have matched my outfit much better.
#10. Make a pumpkin pie – Done!
#16. Start Project Life – I’ve been slowly working on this. Slowly because I decided to switch the kit I was working with. I had decided at first to use Clementine. But then a blog friend was using Cobalt and I thought it looked good so I ordered it. Well, after putting the weekly cards in I just couldn’t like it enough to use all year. So I put in an order for Clementine so it should be arriving in the next couple days. Yea! The good news is that I didn’t pre-date the cards so I’m hoping to pass the Cobalt kit along to someone else to use. I’ve also ordered a few things to help me along, including some 4x6 multiple picture collages. PL is my scrapbook for 2012 so I want to include a lot of pictures when I want to.
#17. Read 20 books – I decided I needed to read The Hunger Games since we can’t keep it on the shelf in the library. It was ok. I’m also still plugging away at LOTR: The Two Towers. It’s pretty slow right now as Frodo, Sam & Sméagol work their way towards Mordor.
- I Still Believe by Jeremy Camp
- Middle School Ministry Made Easy (for school)
- Courageous (the novel based on the movie)
- Through My Eyes by Tim Tebow
- The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
- 7 Practices of Effective Ministry by Andy Stanley (for school)
- The Castle in the Attic (read w/ my 4th graders)
- The Hunger Games
#18. Watch 20 movies – I watched two movies this weekend – Something Borrowed & Flypaper. They were both pretty good. Courageous will arrive this week. Can’t wait to finally watch Breaking Dawn next month!
- The Grace Card
- Madea’s Big Happy Family
- Little Fockers
- 12 Dates of Christmas
- Something Borrowed
#23. Make an apple pie – Done!
#25. Build craft armoire – almost done. I finished the painting this weekend and just need to get the doors back on and then load it up with all my crafting goodies.