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2013 Resolutions

Monday, December 31, 2012

2012 was....a challenge. BUT, it laid the pathways to a lot of great things as well.

I narrowed in on my career passion and am working towards it. I resolved the question of do I or do I not want kids (I do ). I made changes to some of the priorities in my life and as a result am living even more in line with my values (the right friends, my marriage, art, music, creative expression). I lost 8 pounds and gained many fitness minutes and the voice to speak up for my health needs (even with myself) and as a result I am getting healthier everyday.

However, I firmly believe in everything for a reason. The challenges I faced this past year will only lead to big returns in 2013, as evidenced above, they are in many ways already paying off.

I also believe in "thoughts become things" and so I am wasting no time in working towards solidifying my thoughts and ensuring they are on the "right path" as much as is possible.

I have already re-set my weight loss goals for 10 pounds this coming year. I will nail this. How can I not? I have an excellent support community on Spark, I have learned what my body needs at 34 in it's current condition, I love being active and I have to keep up with my husband and dog. So this is in the bag.

I will re-set my fitness minutes. Turns out I am more active than I think I am and I don't track certain activities I could/should. As a former athlete, I think you are fairly hard on yourself and it takes a long time to adjust to the idea that even though you are not working out at a competitive level you are not a complete slug. So I will re-set my minutes for 5 hours a week and I know I will meet this easily.

I'm training to be a Life Coach. Working to inspire others means having a life that others want to emulate. You need to walk the walk and talk the talk. I do this on many levels but my kryptonite is twofold.

I am and always have been terrible at budgeting. I am now on day 4 of a new budget. The longest I have ever stuck to one. Yes, 4 days. Thus far I have not burst into flames or gone running into traffic screaming. It's even felt kind of good. It feels grown up. I might even SAVE money one day. Whoa, I just tried that thought on and my brain went into hysterics. Ok, more time on the budget to go before my mind revisits the concept of "money just sitting there".

I'm not the best at stress. Well, that's not entirely true. I have a wonderful ability to handle obscene amounts of severe and unusual stress without going nutter or dying my hair pink and wearing a paper bag to work. Growing up with such a stress capacity has given me tremendous survival skills. You can say pretty much anything to me and I will not bat an eye lash. I am your lady in a crisis. Client off his meds and attacking me with a Bic Pen? No sweat. But that doesn't mean it is healthy or good.

I've dabbled in meditation here and there, every time afterwards going "WOW, just WOW - that was so good" but just do not commit to it on a regular basis. Yesterday it hit me. How ridiculous it was. 10 minutes a day that's the minimum I need. Do I waste 10 minutes a day? Heck yes! It suddenly occurred to me that I was not making time for something in my life that was critical to my personal wellness and yet finding time for many other unnecessary things. Silly.

So health, mind and money....those are the goals or resolutions this year.

I wrote down others such as "Finish my Management Development Certificate" but with being already enrolled in my last two courses and having never not completed a course before, I am going to try on something new and consider this done. I will not doubt its conclusion or entertain any "what if" fears. In a very short time, I will have my certificate.

The other was "Complete Level One Coaching Certificate and get three clients" but again, with being already enrolled and with having people already approach me for sessions, I am going to tell myself that this is a reality it IS happening, it is not something I need to create a goal for, hope for, plan for. It is happening now. I give myself permission to accept, feel and revel in that.

Phew, wow, that feels good!

C'mon 2013! This is going to be a big year. If you are good to me, I may even start saving...

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BRENDALEEFREE 1/2/2013 10:03AM

    I love all your thoughts on life and the challenges ahead of you - I think you have some great goals. Small steps lead to great things!

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SNOWSNAKE 1/1/2013 10:30PM

    Bravo, Bravo...standing ovation here, and I might just have to steal a few of your goals as mine also, if that's ok that is. and of course...they will have a "SNOW" twist to them, customizing where need be. As Wood has reiterated, you my dear darling will be a world class life coach!! Happy New Year to you! Im thinking Babies along the road for you as well!! ***SNOW*** emoticon Just sayin'... emoticon

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WOODHEAT 1/1/2013 9:17PM

    Said it before, I'll say it again, "you'll make a great life coach Kelly!

Life is good!

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KAYOTIC 1/1/2013 11:07AM

    Health, mind, and money, great focus for the new year! emoticon

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CASSIOEPIA 1/1/2013 9:16AM

    "Give myself permission". Isn't that such a silly thing to have to do, but something so simple and easy to do. We all need to learn this.

I also follow the thoughts become things philosophy. It sure does help.

Have a great 2013.

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DUTCHOVENDAN 12/31/2012 10:17PM

    You rock Kelly ! Have a great New Year !
Tell Argus hi for me.
Dan emoticon

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OHIOSTAR58 12/31/2012 3:04PM

  small steps move us in the right direction. Congrats on the changes you have made.

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Reverse Vegetarian

Saturday, December 29, 2012

Most folks who are vegetarian do so by giving up meat while hanging on to eggs and dairy. This year, I discovered I am allergic to eggs, grains and dairy. Effectively, I'm now a reverse vegetarian.

When I am in a situation where I can't help but explain my semi-peculiar dietary restrictions to others the first thing I witness is their sheer panic: but what do you eat?

A whole lot of things actually.

So here is a sampling of eating Reverse Vegetarian (Giving up eggs, dairy and grains, keeping meat):


Smoothie (Coconut Milk, Berries, Protein Powder)

"Cereal" (Coconut Flakes, Almond Flakes, Protein Powder, Berries - warmed on the stove or in the Micro

"Granola" (Soaked Pecans and Applesauce in the food processor and dehydrated) and Coconut Milk

Grilled Tomatoes and Bacon

Almond Butter/Applesauce "Pancakes"



Candied Salmon


Veg and Hummus


Apple and PB


Soups/Stews: African Peanut Soup, Beef Stew, Pea Soup, Curry Chickpea and Potato



Salad Rolls



Chili with potato crackers

Cuban Pork Chops with Lemon Dilly Green Beans and Salad

Dijon Tarragon Salmon, Balsamic Glazed Asparagus and Salad

Spaghetti Sauce served on Spaghetti Sqaush

Peanut Thai Pork Kabobs with BBQ'd Pineapple

Open Faced Chicken Pot Pie with Almond flour/flaxseed crust

"Chicken Fingers" (dusted with almond flour), yam fries and salad

(I could go on, there are SO MANY good recipes!)


Raspberry Hamantaschens

Ginger Cookies

Coconut Milk "Ice Cream"

Cocoa/Avocado "Pudding"

Chocolate Chip Cookies

Pumpkin/Almond Butter Cookies

I admit, there were many false starts in the beginning. I would forget that "Gluten Free" bread still has eggs in it for example. But now that I am on a roll, I genuinely do not miss anything that I ate in my before life with so many flavors and varieties to choose from.

The bonus is my cholesterol has lowered significantly as has my blood acidity and of course the lack of allergic reaction is a tremendous benefit.

Feel free to hit me up for any recipes you might be curious about.

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KELPIE57 1/1/2013 6:50AM

    I know other friends with the same allergies, and for a while avoided the same things as you, many years ago, when breastfeeding, as the kids were intollerent. I had a very healthy diet then. I was able to eat goat a sheep cheese in moderation, and still love them.

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SNOWSNAKE 12/31/2012 12:19AM

    Wow Kelly! You are making me hungry! ***SNOW*** emoticon

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DUTCHOVENDAN 12/30/2012 8:56PM

    Kelly, Grrrr Allergies . . . I love eggs, I mean love eggs, I have not ate any eggs for three weeks now and I am feeling so much better, I just need think more about what has eggs in it and what doesn't. And then the FOOD allergy testing next I guess?

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KAYOTIC 12/30/2012 10:27AM

    You've got some good stuff there, Kelly! Glad your new diet is having such a great effect on your health.

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WOODHEAT 12/30/2012 8:19AM

    Doesn't exactly look like you're suffering to me! I could share that diet with you.

Life is good!

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A Fowl History

Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Late one night, or perhaps it already very early one morning, my husband and I chased the xenon glow of our headlights into a yawning maw of black.
The wind was in my hair, stars blazing above when suddenly something swooped up from the ditch on the glowing edge of my headlights. The Mothman? A Phantom? The instant before my shiny fiber-glass bumper made impact I saw the animal in its entirety: a Great Horned Owl.

The sound of Owl impact shattered my sensitivities and I instantly began to cry, at the same time, I am certain its death caused a tear in the universal order and I was at that moment cursed. Morgan jumped out of the car to inspect the animal and our front end, I sat and moaned and sobbed.

“Is it dead?” I whimpered

“Yes, very.”

“Do you think it suffered?”

“Well, I don’t think it enjoyed it.”


Morgan to his credit, did not laugh nor raise an eyebrow but merely hugged me until my storm of despair subsided. He then drove the rest of the way home trying to distract me from the Owl parts flying over the hood and past our windows. We parked the car outside that night.

Over the summer, the horror of that evening began to fade and I felt that I may one day be able to set-out bird feeders and bird watch without feeling like a murderer. I would find a way to make it right.

Later that summer, I was riding my bike one sunny morning, well entrenched in my mental zone, my legs spinning quickly, when suddenly – WHAM! Something hit the back of my helmet. I scrambled to stop the bike and stop whatever it was from making off with my noggin. I flailed my arms, swiveled my head side to side and caught a glimpse of wing. A Hawk! It was trying to lift off, my helmet securely in its talons, my neck stretching like under-cooked spaghetti. Finally the bird released its clawed grip on my head and I was free but thoroughly shaken: my helmet was trashed. I pedaled swiftly home with a nervous eye on the sky.

My friends later said that the Hawk likely thought the design on top of my helmet was a small bird, but I know, I know: it was avenging its Owl brother.

A few years later, I was sure my torrid bird encounters had passed. They flocked to my feeders, chirped from my trees and flaunted their plume for my pleasure. Certainly I had been forgiven? I could not have been more wrong.

Driving through Custer State Park one beautiful September evening, sun going down on the planes, backlighting the stolid forms of the Buffalo as they grazed, I felt an immense peace, the kind that only comes from quiet moments communing with nature, enjoying its undefinable splendor. Then, it happened again! A white flash of wing, a swooping movement and impact!

The Dove careened off the supporting pillar of our windshield and was gone in seconds. Was it tired of carrying the incredible burden as a symbol of peace? Had it sacrificed itself to make a statement to me? I was shaken; surely this was a bad omen. I hoped that the bird’s reasons where its own and had nothing at all to do with me, but I feared this was not the case. Moments later a crack spread its fingers across our windshield in a crooked, arthritic pattern. The birds weren’t done with me yet.

Weeks later, once again on my bike, I was attacked once more. The Pigeon was furious in its onslaught, throwing itself bodily against my shoulder, back and helmet. The attack was brief, but full of rage: a promise, a taste of further retribution to come. The Hitchcock theme played in my head and I contemplated never stepping foot outside again.

In Yellowstone a few weeks ago, I did it again. I ran over a family of Partridges: bearing down in our Legacy, headlights highlighting their panic, they scrambled and dodged, but were no match ultimately for my (apparent) lust for bird murder. I don’t even know how many birds sacrificed their lives for my sickness. Certainly, I am now a serial killer.

I do not know what the birds have in store for me, but I do know there is something. I know these latest atrocities will not go unanswered. I will pay for my fowl history.

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KAYOTIC 8/17/2012 10:09AM

    Oh my....had to read this after the deck mention....not at all like my recent owl and hawk experiences!

And I've only ever taken out cats and rabbits with my car...it's been a long while though, although I may have taken out a bird? It's way back in the dark recesses of my memory, but I think it was most definitely a bird-suicide, they aim for the car sometimes (like those cats and rabbits)...

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K-PO110 8/16/2012 9:58AM

    Totally meant to be funny folks - glad you got the humour and thanks for the comments :)

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WOODHEAT 8/16/2012 8:31AM

    I'm sorry Kelly! I'm sure I should try to be compassionate here, but like Snow and Debby, I definately found some humor in this. Don't get me wrong. I've had the road kill experience too often - everything from deer, to cats, to rodents, to skunks, to wild turkeys, to, yes me too, a hawk. I've also had hawks dive at me twice when I was in total camo hunting. Neither quite grabbed me but both scared me pretty good. And then of course, there's sea gulls and their game of seeing how many people they can s*** on! Also have to go along with Debby's comment that nothing gets wasted in nature. And still.....

Life is good!

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MAUIMA 8/15/2012 11:21PM

    K-Po- Wow! Oh my! Sheesh!
I must say, you have had quite a run...hope its over!
I know, like Deb and Snow said, that this stuff happens, but I spend a lot of time ourtoor, hiking, walking , driving, gardening and none of this has ever happened to me. Not sure why, but no road kill even. seriously.


ving safely said this...I have been pooped on by birds so many times, I cannot even count. Starting as a kid.
I have a very clear sense of keeping my mouth close at all times, when looking up, taking no chances.

What a blog. One to remember. :)

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SNOWSNAKE 8/15/2012 10:36PM

    emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticonIm sorry too...Deb, I have to agree with you (embarassed at my warped sence of humor) that I was giggling, followed by LOL, followed of course by 15 minutes of coughing and choking on all the phlegm ...the stuff we were going to use as slip and slide on the Deck! Actually I was pretty heart felt once I got into your drama and realized it was not ending quite yet, and onto another bird fatality.... but once I pictured the helmet- I was a gonner.
I have a full wingspan and body print on my front living room window of a redtailed hawk who did not die, but you can see its talons fully extended to grab one of my parakeets that are in the cage separated only by the window pane....it would have been a goner and the dusty print tells me he had a bad headache after his foiled attempt, at the very least! This might be a good time to coin the phrase "Sh*t Happens!" emoticonSadly enough....***SNOW*** loved the blog! emoticon

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DEBBYFROMMT 8/15/2012 6:47PM

    Funny blog! Oh no sorry, but it is funny! Do you have any birds as pets? LOL!!

Actually I was driving home late one evening in my little car watching very carefully for deer. I've hit deer before, but in an SUV, not my little car. Anyway an owl swooped down from above and scared the beejeezes out of me! Sorry, road kill animals are just a way of life. But to put a postive spin on it, it ends up being food for other animals!

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NEILITHICMAN 8/15/2012 5:33PM

    Gee that's a bad run. The only thing I've ever hit in the car has been possums and rabbits, and that's generally because I was aiming for them. They're both noxious pests over here.

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Yellowstone trip, a.k.a the

Monday, August 06, 2012

Day 1 - Monday, July 23

Woke up with a cold at 4:00 a.m., bandied about the wisdom of going across the border when ill, decided 2 days of driving would be enough to get through the worst of it and after all, it was JUST a cold

Headed West on Highway 2 to parts of the Province I have never seen before, quite pretty!

Got to the Border early afternoon at the Peace Gardens. Always a jittery experience and for some reason every time Morgan crosses the border with me we are searched. Clearly I look like I am up to no good or something. We pull ahead, Guard does a cursory search and we're off! Um, nope, wait, um....the car won't leave park...um, wow, some muttering from Morgan, turn off the car, turn it on, try again, nope.

Get out, rock the car, try again, nope. Morgan cursing now and guards starting to gather round.

"Having some troubles?" Guard 1 says,
"Nope, just like the view here, thought we'd hang for a bit.
"Well, if you are here for more than 5 minutes we give you a blue uniform."
"Does it come with a gun?" I say

I'm too sick to get the drama of it, looking at the ditch and thinking: "That would be a nice place to sleep."
Morgan asking for the manual, I fish around the glove compartment, hand it to him....he can't concentrate enough to look at it as 6 guards are now offering various advice: "Have you tried this? This? This?" "Yes, yes, yes"

Finally, Morgan has a stroke of genius: he sticks the key into a small hole on the gear box and voila! Whoopee, phew, hurray!

We now have to leave the car in neutral with the parking break on every time we stop. Morgan is stressed and proclaims a sudden hate for the car.

Later on that day, as I am in and out of sleep we run over the Partridge Family. The trip may be cursed.

The sun goes down and the skies cloud. For a full hour approaching Miles City we watch the most incredible electrical storm. Lightning in every direction hitting constantly, making the sky look like day. Maybe we are not cursed after all...what a blessing.

We pull into Miles City for the night. 7 Hotels to choose from, as much as we have a bad track record for finding hotels on a whim in the States, surely this city should have one on a Monday night. First two hotels are booked, the second checks their computer. There are 2 rooms left in the city, at the Super 8, we rush over and get the last one. It could be a cardboard box, I don't care, but the room is clean and cool and quiet.

I cough myself to sleep. Tomorrow we have less than 6 hours to drive.

Day 2 - Tuesday, July 24

Incredible start with breakfast at the Main Street Grind in Miles City served by the most friendly Pippy Long-stocking.

We decide to take Red Lodge (Cool town!) to Bear Tooth Pass (Great views!) into the park. Our less than 6 hour drive turns into 11 and we get to our campsite after 9.

Had to use the key in the gear box trick twice and left the car in neutral the rest of the time. Morgan is ready to sell it RIGHT NOW.

Day 3 - Wednesday, July 25

YAY!! First day in the park today....or not. After being greeted at the Gates by a friendly ranger we drive for only 10 minutes before coming to a complete stand-still for 45. Is it animals? Construction? Doesn't matter, one of us needs a washroom NOW. So we turn around, both disheartened. So far, the car is broken, I am sick, we hit a family of partridges and now we can't even get into the Park.

We head back to West Yellowstone and into the Bear and Wolf refuge. I get to see animals and the day seems rosy again.

Later that afternoon we take another run at the park and see the artist paint pots. Suddenly everything feels worth it and we are feeling better about life.

Day 4 - Thursday, July 26

On the way to Old Faithful we are stopped by someone who tells us our tail-lights are out. I am so feverish, I can barely read his lips never mind respond to the news. Morgan grips the steering wheel and I think he is counting to 10. Fortunately the service station at Canyon has fuses and we are back in business. He resolves to sell the car as soon as we get back and is non-plussed by Old Faithful. We get ice cream to make us feel better.

Day 5 - Friday, July 27

Morgan has a brain wave. The tail-lights must have burnt out when crossing the border and that is why we couldn't get the car out of park. He resets the system on last time and the issue is fixed!

Over the remaining days we see everything the park has to offer and it is truly incredible. However, by Monday with my fever at 100 and coughing so bad I am bent over gagging, it's just time.

The Canyon, Mammoth Terraces, Paint Pots, Mud Pots, Springs, Museums and wildlife were truly cool, but the trip is done for us.

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SNOWSNAKE 8/7/2012 5:27PM

    K-PO...you are quickley becoming my favorite writer of all times, the "Partridge Family" had me cracking up officially, trying to figure out if you had casually hit and run somebody or what?!!! Then later you say it was a family of partridges, and I was just shaking my head in disbelief! You poor baby, I felt sooooooo helpless and sad that you were so sick and not getting ou tof this adventure what you would normally...but kudos to you for hanging in there and making the most of it. Wood is right, we all have a trip or two that we recall like it was yesterday, the vacation from hell is always memorable! Another hat for you to wear, along with the others that suit you so well. And.... If Im 'hot" in that cowboy hat of mine, well then you would be a super model in it honey!!
Feel better, and thanks for sharing a less than perfect trip, your photos will hopefully show the really "Life is usually Good" side of things! Miss your fun and antics, Love ***SNOW*** emoticon

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KAYOTIC 8/7/2012 9:17AM

    You paint a vivid picture, some good, some bad, all entertaining! Sorry you had to suffer for my pleasure!

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WOODHEAT 8/7/2012 7:30AM

    Key in the gearbox? I can't imagine what you were doing. The fuse does make some sense however. All I can say is "Bummer"! (Yeah, I'm an old hippy.) Some day I'll play "one up-man-ship" with you and tell you about a vacation that went south, but it might be a little too embarassing to talk about on the deck.

Life is good. (usually)

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NEILITHICMAN 8/6/2012 10:21PM

    Ahh well, it's always the eventful holidays that you remember most. I can't remember most of what we did on the holidays when I was a kid. But I still remember vividly the holiday when mum hit some black ice while driving and flipped the car.

p.s. The issues with automatic transmissions is why I always drive a manual car now emoticon

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SLASALLE 8/6/2012 2:19PM

    That is one heck of a cold you have/had going there!!! Hope you're feeling better now!!

I'm sorry you had to spend your vacation like that, but sounds like you at least had some great moments.


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FRECKS96 8/6/2012 2:05PM

    oh man!! What a stinky way to spend a vacation. I'm glad you got to enjoy some of it. I'd love to make it out there someday.

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The Bucket List

Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Kits - here it is! As for what's next, I can't decide!

1. Buy a Scooter
2. Climb a mountain ( small one ļ)
3. Climb Machu Pichu (40th Birthday present hopefully)
4. Complete College Certificates (First one this fall, Management)
5. Cycle tour New Zealand
6. Cycle tour P.E.I
7. Cycle tour Scotland
8. Do a multi-day canoe trip (This fall!)
9. Finish my book, whether I publish it or not
10. Have a glorious perennial garden
11. Hut to hut ski with overnight
12. Kayak Alaska glaciers
13. Learn to rock climb
14. Learn to Surf
15. Own and restore a 1954 Chevy truck
16. Own my own dirt bike
17. Re-decorate someone else¡¦s house
18. Ride Maah Daah Hey
19. Safari Africa
20. See Whales
21. Sew an apron
22. Start my own Life Coaching business
23. Swim Jelly-fish Lake
24. Take boudoir pictures while I am young
25. Travel California National Parks (Sequoia etc.)
26. Travel Colorado
27. Travel Yellowstone National Park
28. Vacation Cuba (Rock climbing)
29. Whitehorse Summer trip
30. Take more art classes
31. Take Latin dance lessons
32. Make my own jewelry
33. Lose the 20 pounds I gained working here
34. Earn another 10k/year
35. Finish decorating my house
36. Paint a canvas for my house
37. DO the Cycle America tour we have a deposit on (2013)
38. Complete the sketches for my bedroom
39. Work in a plant nursery (retirement ?)
40. OWN my accomplishments, be proud of my education and career achievement

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DEBBYFROMMT 8/15/2012 6:51PM

    That is quite a list! LOVE IT!

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SLASALLE 6/19/2012 6:22PM

    You and I are a lot alike. Our bucket lists contains lots of travel and nature!!!!!

I'm hoping to cross of Machu Pichu and the Galapagos Islands this fall ... still trying to put the trip together, but am stuck because I have to wait on confirmation of EIGHT people signed up for the Chile portion of the trip (to meet the little boy I sponsor).

Hope your week is going well. Love, love, loved reading your bucket list!!!! Did you see the movie?


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KAYOTIC 6/12/2012 9:59PM

    Nice list, I like the idea of adding one after you cross one off....good luck!

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KITS4CHANGE 6/12/2012 6:33PM

    What a great list! I know for me, if it's not on a list, it never happens. As you check some off, just add more! Good luck!

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NEILITHICMAN 6/12/2012 4:48PM

    Personally I don't like the idea of bucket lists. If you manage to cross everything off are you saying, my life is complete, I can die now? or if you don't manage to tick everything off will you say your life has been a failure? Also there is so much to do in the world, to try and narrow it down to a single list is way too daunting a task. I say enjoy your life, live your life to the full and make a list of the things you have accomplished otherwise you'll forever be chasing moonbeams.

Don't let that stop you from coming on your cycle tour of New Zealand though emoticon

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VIXSTERLU 6/12/2012 4:07PM

    I am in California. Let's go for a hike when you are here :)

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FRECKS96 6/12/2012 12:06PM

    Come visit me and we'll cross off a few of them in the Adirondack Mts. I'm climbing another mountain there this summer. Great skiing and rock climbing too! And, I'd love to have someone else decorate my house. emoticon

great list, good luck!

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