♥ A goth party (19 July)
♥ Meet Leo (19 July)
♥ Meet Antonio (September?)
♥ Learning how to rollerblade (SOON) 4 months ago
People doing thisSee everyone
♥ A goth party (19 July)
... its on the kent coast & famous for seafood. Yay! 5 months ago
Wow my boss knew someone who had a spare chelsea flower show ticket. I’m going after work today for 3 hours. So excited! I’ve only seen it on the telly before now. 6 months ago
Going to watch bird migration in the most Southern part of Canada next week. 6 months ago
Just booked tickets to the Museum of silver in Kutna Hora (near Prague).
Also bought tix for the Anne Frank House.
So many things to be grateful for!! 6 months ago
Bought my friend (a guy) a dancing Viagra Man doll as a gag gift. 7 months ago
Nervous because I waited too long to pull my camping gear out and I felt the allergies flaring when I got close to it. Worse case I guess I’ll have to sleep in my car.
Looking forward to a fun weekend. 8 months ago
Mayor’s banquet and ball. :D Any excuse to dress up!
Hotel overnight and maybe massage.
Girls night out for drinks.
California. All being well…9 months ago
and joining friends for a hike!
Been working long hours at work because of an emergency program, so it will be a nice break. 9 months ago
Why this goal is hard?
The future is uncertain so in some cases we may be disappointed with the things we are looking forward to experiencing. Nevertheless, one should anticipate the good so that one can enjoy it.
Some things: ( my attempt is to anticipate many great things in the hope that it will increases my chances of experiencing it. The drawback is that it may result in more disappointment however it is better than not anticipating or hoping for anything at all)
-walking across the Brooklyn bridge
-seeing the statue of liberty
-visiting a museum in New York
-visiting Central Park
-watching a broadway show
-watching the American Ballet Theatre and New York City Ballet
-combating emotional issues
-seeing my family/friends/boyfriend again
-improving the health of my feet (blisters etc)
-getting private ballet lessons
-visiting a library
-(not properly planned but want to) visit friends in Thailand, Korea, Singapore, Japan, Indonesia, China
-improving foreign language skills
-improving English speaking and writing skills
-performing ballet variations
-(may not achieve but) performing pas de deux and group work
-buying an apartment
-buying a car
-having a proper fulltime job
-taking care of a child
-creating a private school
-writing a book
-visiting Russia, India, Africa, Finland, South America
-getting a masters degree or phd
-getting fitness certifications 9 months ago
Really looking forward to starting (on Monday!)
I have 6 months to get back into shape. Will be going on various runs in Europe and plan to be in half marathon shape by then. 10 months ago
I have so much to look forward to but was blinded by what I thought I didn’t. I now see it’s way more than I could ever hope for :-) 10 months ago
Erik breaking up from school – start of Christmassy stuff Going to the cinema Christmas
- Baby being born (January some time)
- My parents visiting in February
I think that’s quite enough for now :) Lots of fun things happening! 11 months ago
... I’m looking forward to a funeral next week. An old family friend (who is like an uncle really) sadly died of a massive heart attack. He was a truly amazing human being – the most warm & generous person I’ve ever met.He adopted kids but never let them feel they weren’t his. Its is only since he died that i realise – none of his kids were his biologically.
Kids (and adults) who were depressed or thrown away found a warm welcome in his kitchen. He really listened & wasn’t too egotistical to let anyone teach him something. Aged 7 i taught him how to prepare squid. He let me tell him what to do & believed i knew how to do it. No one had ever treated me like that before.
During the big storm of 1988 I headed over to his place because i’d rather be at their place. Trees were falling & the electricity was out londonwide but i walked all the way to neasden. I knew i’d be warm there.
So so many people (including myself) are incredibly sad he’s gone… journeys from far & wide are happening to get to his funeral. From France, El Salvador, the us & maybe even Iran and Tunisia.
And that is what i’m looking forward to. The gathering. There’ll be people there i haven’t seen in decades… and people i’ve only ever heard about in his stories.Very bittersweet.
RIP Jim Brown 11 months ago