Sunday, December 31, 2006

The List

Well Tomorrow brings in a new year, and while I can hardly believe that this year is already done, I have to face the facts and come to terms with the fact that tomorrow will be the first day of 2007. So first of all, HAPPY NEW YEAR!

Ok now that that is done, I thought I would use this blog to share with you all 100 things that I would like to do/achieve in the coming year. Some of them I have attepmted in the past and even blogged about (you can check out the links i have made), and some of them I haven't never done or at least haven't done for a long time anyway.

So if there is anything you would like to do with me, or could help me with, just let me know, that would be great. Hopefully as the year goes by I will be able to tick them off this not so little list and put a photo or at least a blog about it…

Okay so here we go, in 2007 I want to…
1. Exercise regularly (can you believe it? I can’t, but I want to do)
2. Keep up to date with things I have due at uni
3. Keep up to date with things I have due at Church
4. Be on time (well at least more often then I am late)
5. Control the amount of chocolate that I eat
6. Learn Guitar
7. Sing with a Big Band
8. Wash my car (by myself)
9. Sleep in the backyard
10. Stop pushing the snooze button, and just get up, surely its not that hard
11. Stay with Mick and Helen in Bright
12. Meet the rest of Dave’s rellies from the big NZ
13. Not let Dave get sick
14. Have my car valet parked
15. Clean out my wardrobe and actually throw stuff out
16. Don’t owe anyone money
17. Visit my great grandma at least 4 times
18. Say no to a job I don’t have time to do, even if I want to do the job
19. Allow Dave not to be my slave
20. Have Indian food
21. Be more gracious and tolerant
22. Try real sushi, you know raw fish and all
23. Order something other than pasta, stir-fry or pizza from a restaurant
24. Shell a prawn
25. Go on holidays with my mum
26. Get a CD stacker

27. Go to a state or country I have never been to
28. Be less judgemental
29. Save some money
30. Lose a bit of weight
31. Wear something other than jeans for a whole week
32. Drive to one of Dave’s gigs in the city
33. Pull off a parallel park
34. Blog at least once a week
35. Learn how to rip gaffa tape with my bare hands
36. Go to a concert of someone famous
37. See a musical
38. Go on a boat
39. Go to Luna Park
40. Go Fishing
41. Watch a V8 Car race in real life as in not on TV
42. See the penguins at Philip island
43. Meet Craig Lowndes
44. Watch the Sunrise
45. Die my hair a weird colour not all of it, but at least some
46. Drink a bottle of water everyday
47. Cook a 3 course meal for my family
48. Organise my photos properly
49. Play dark zone
50. Have a fully non cola/red slurpee
51. Play a board game with Dave (and others to, but just getting Dave to play a board game is the tough bit)
52. Not crash a car
53. Ride an exercise bike (more than once)
54. Ride a real bike (more than once)
55. Do karaoke
56. Try sarsaparilla
57. Read 5 books from dad’s library
58. Learn to drive a manual
59. Try a radio controlled car
60. Go in one of those trampolines with the big nets all the way round
61. Enter a radio competition
62. Try licorish ice cream/gelati
63. Go to the tip
64. Ride a skateboard
65. Write a kids book
66. Have a rainbow paddle pop
67. Get some tadpoles
68. Have a dancing lesson
69. Score 10 points in a season of basketball
70. Use my Jurlique voucher
71. learn 10 songs on guitar
72. Go to the museum
73. Go to the snow
74. Be a parking attendant
75. Beat Brad Dupuy at BUZZ (on PS2)
76. Try a strange food that I haven’t even heard of yet
77. Try to understand what “negative gearing” means for tax purposes
78. Build something from IKEA (something relatively elaborate)
79. Try some Durian fruit (the one with the odour…)
80. Work out how to check my water and oil and top up my washer bottle
81. Work out how to change a tyre
82. Bake some meringues (that actually taste good)
83. Go to 24 hour K-mart between the hours of 1-3am
84. Get some boots that fit my mighty calves (but also have a look at this link)
85. Drive in a convertible with the roof down
86. Write a letter to a friend I haven’t seen in years
87. Bake a cake and take it to work
88. Wear high-heels, well even just girlier shoes more often
89. Try beef-jerkie
90. Go without TV for a week
91. Drive Dustin’s car
92. Read/listen to my bible everyday
93. Watch a sunset on the beach
94. Stand out in the rain
95. See some fireworks
96. Jump off a pier
97. Not Shave my legs (just emjoi...you thought i was going bush, lol)
98. Go on a horse and cart ride
99. Visit all the "Emma" streets listed in the melways (theres 20 I think)
100. Win an award


Wish me luck

Just a thought I had...

Stay tunned.

3 comments:

Flic said...

Wow, that's an impressive list. 365 days in a year and 100 things to do, that's about 2 a week. I was just wondering, where's the change my nickname to M? I've got another couple for you too, visit a farm and drink UHT milk once. I wish you all the best with achieving all 100. Maybe you could have a poll on how many things from your list people think you can achieve next year. Anyway, there are definitely a few things that I want to try and do next year too, like control the amount of chocolate I eat and exercise regularly. Do you reckon they have rainbow paddle pops at uni??? They're my favourite paddle pops. :)

Love Flic

fee said...

i love this list. i am inspired. i want a list too. i think i might make one.
make sure you keep us updated as to how you go with it.
love you lots. so good to see you.
Fee

alicia said...

Howdy doody emdog.

yes yes i know I have cottoned on (no advertisement intended) to your list a little late in the year..

but i love it!

and I want to help you with a couple of them.

number 1. exercise regularly.
Eaves and I did the 5km run to the G last year, and this year we r training for the 10km Melbourne Marathon in November. there's still time to get your running shoes on and join us, it's great to have a goal to aim for (to make u run)

number 20. I love indian food.
well.. i love butter chicken and apparently that has 65g of fat per serve, but i like naan too, and that's not as bad. lol.

number 55. (you are talking to the karaoke queen.. some of my prizes include a bundaberg rum tie with a beer coaster on the end of it to put your drink on.. and $20 from the warby pub - David whittle and I won hands down - for enthusiasm!)

and number 83. I worked at K-mart for 3 nights overnight a couple of weeks ago. i'll let u know (if and) when I get another shift there and u can come and visit me!! :)

so yeah, that's it. i wish u all the best my friend, and I LOVE reading your blog!! :)

love leish xoxo

P.S. i have blogged a little on my myspace, i dunno which ones u've read. most of them are about death.. so.. enjoy?