This past weekend I was discussing with my family things we might do this coming season – autumn for us. I’ve noted lately that some of my goals have been really dry. I thought instead of thinking goals I would think of things I wanted and my family wanted.

So here is what we came up with:

  • Reread the Thursday Next series
  • Have sparkling apple juice
  • Get cider
  • Play with life skills with the kids
  • Read the newest Harry Potter
  • Celebrate my Dad’s, Father-in-Law, Sister-in-Law, Aunt and my birthdays
  • Go biking
  • Go hiking
  • The Declutter Club
  • Finish the 2008 calendar – still playing with the theme, declutter or something else?
  • Play checkers and Sorry
  • Feel healthy and energetic
  • Learn more about prayer to go along with the series at church
  • Make soup, stew and chilli
  • Go to a craft show

We’ve already made caramel apples, bought HoneyCrisp apples at the Farmer’s Market, made soup, went to a craft show and had candy corn.

What do you want to do?

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3 comments

  • Marcia

    Just testing the comments

    but I love your list!

    I want to have a holiday in Cape Town and take lots of photos.
    I want to finish achieving my goals for the year.
    Do another 5 talks for groups.
    Read a gazillion more books :)

  • Cherie Parry

    I want to finish my crosstitching project of “to everything there is a season” and make it into the quilt for my son. I also want to work on my tree skirt crosstitch and perhaps start another. I want to finish cleaning my ceramic piece and get it fired so can get it painted before Halloween. I also want to plan and have a Halloween party.

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