25 before 26

on the wall

So. As you may very well know, I turn 25, today. I’m still a baby, yes. A baby with babies, if you will.

I have seen this sort of list on a few blogs I frequent. A list comprised of “goals” to complete before the next birthday. I’ve been adding to this list for the better part of two months. I don’t know what this says about me, but IT WAS TOUGH! If I do this every year, I have no idea what the heck I’ll be listing. I’d *like* to imagine this means I feel fulfilled, but maybe it just means I’m unimaginative and not daring enough. Either way, I hope to come back to this post through-out the year to strike some off. I’ll let you know when I do. A few will have to wait until next March to meet their fate.

In no particular order, here is my list of 25 things to do before I turn 26:

1. buy a house (Our new home!)
2. take a photo of myself every week
3. 25 handmade gifts
4. 12 cupcakes from scratch (1 recipe a month)
5. 52 TtV shots (1 every week, or all in one day)
6. learn to drive (*shame*)
7. take a road trip (San Antonio!)
8. make a big-people quilt
9. make a granny square blanket
10. sew something at least once a month
11. lose 25 lbs
12. kiss on a bridge
13. end the engagement
14. paint something
15. frame something
16. make a new friend
17. walk on a beach
18. make a wreath (I made a few!)
19. make a piece of furniture (I’m counting my pseudo-ottoman: http://goodknits.com/blog/2010/08/19/ottoawesome/)
20. have a giveaway every other month (starting today!) I had several giveaways over the year! So happy.
21. throw a party We had many in our new home!
22. establish date night
23. spend a night without Andrew (where’d my baby go?)
24. get the goodknits shop going It’s here! http://www.etsy.com/shop/omgknits
25. blog more consistently (at least twice a week) I believe I’m fairly consistent, now. I don’t leave you guys for weeks anymore. :)

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