>> Sunday, January 31, 2010

So for the last week and a bit I have been getting super excited because Dave will be playing... and dancing with the cast of Jersey Boys at the Australian Open Men's Final.  Which means that he should be broadcast live across Australia... and maybe even the world... onto that little box sitting in your living room, know as the TV. 

But you may have notied that the tennis final has come and gone, and yes the Jersey Boys were there but, from the otherside of the TV, Dave was a little hard to spot...well I can tell you that he was there at the tennis, but he didn't quite make it on to the TV.  Everytime he gets close he gets cut out, disappointing...very disappointing. 

Well Davo, I love you even if you didn't quite make it on to the telly... maybe next time. 
I guess that's just all part of the adventure!



>> Saturday, January 30, 2010

As I am pretty sure I have mentioned at least once or twice before, I LOVE McLeod's Daughters.  So far I have worked my way through the first 3 seasons, so I still have plenty to catch up on, however I have hit a snage.  Now, some of this is my own fault as I am a little anal retentive, but it is a snag all the same.  McLeod's is avaliable in two different box sets...

These ugly brown ones:

and these much nicer white ones:

As you can imagine I have been getting the prettier ones, as the look much nicer on my bookshelf.  However it turns out that these nice white ones are quite hard to get as they are the old kind.  The new ugly brown ones are the space savers...and they are not the same.  I have 3 seasons that are white and I want them all to match, I just don't think that I can handle having some white and some I have been hunting...and when I say that I mean literally hunting, going from DVD store to DVD store, Kmart to Kmart all in the hope of finding any of the seasons I don't have...seasons 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8. 

Just recently when I was in Wonthaggi, I found what I thought was a copy of season 6, however, there were no discs in the cases.  Being in Big W, I thought that perhaps the discs where just at the counter, so I took the set over to ask for them, only to be told that if the discs weren't there, they had been sadly I handed back the empty cases and left very disappointed. 

Today I was in Borders and I had an actual copy, discs and all of season 4 in my hot little hands... it was a little damaged so I thought perhaps I would try my luck to see if there was another copy, and maybe even any other seasons.  Anyway, while waiting for assistance, I noticed that the price was listed at $129.  This was a little higher that the $33, I had become accustomed to paying.  So before the man ran off to check if there were any more we queried the price.  Sadly the price had been recorded correctly, while it does seem very much insane, Borders sells McLeod's for $129...crazy, so not willing to part with that much money for an Australian TV Drama series, and still hoping I would find the rest as a better price I once again handed it back and left the store deflated.  

Twice I have been soooooooo close, yet still I only have 3 seasons....I am beginning to lose hope that I will ever have the complete set of white ones... 

I guess that's just all part of the adventure!


A New Type of Movie

Tonight I have once again been to the movies, this time I went with Mum, Dad, Dust, Jake and Dave and we saw 'Law Abiding Citizen' and if you want a good film review check out Philpy's rant, coz he does a much better job of that stuff than I do.  What I really wanted to say about the movie was that I that tonight's experience has made me realise something, something very important...

Generally speaking, I am a childrens and romantic comedy type of girl, in fact I rarely see anything out side those two genres, unless its like some massive blockbuster that I feel like I have to see just so I can keep up with conversation.  However, I think that after tonight I really need to put more effort in to deliberatly seeing other types of movies, because it turns out, I actually really enjoy them.  Sure they don't always make me feel super gooey on the inside, but more often than not, they actually make me think, which isn't such a bad thing!  It's werid coz I am always a little surprised by this, it always shocks me that the movie was actually good, but the thing is, it probably shouldn't, because if the movie was that probably would never have even made it to the cinema. 

So.... as of now, I am going to make a conscious effort to see some other types of movies...I probably still won't check out the latest horror, but I will definatly try to see something other than the new chick flick out. 

I guess that's all part of the adventure!


Sad Saabie

>> Friday, January 29, 2010

This past year has been a year of change, which if you have read even just a few of my blogs you will probably know, however it appears that there is another change on the way. Once again it is something I am not quite ready for, something I don’t really want to have to deal with, but once again it is something I may not actually have that much say in. I am sad to say that I think that the end of my car's life is not too far away.

My car, my saabie, and I have been together almost as long as Dave and I. We first meet in 2005, just after my 18th birthday and just before I got my license. At first I wasn’t sure if we were going to get along, Saabie had a big nose and smelt a little like vomit, which I have to admit didn’t turn me on. However, with the ignition in the centre and the fact that he was given to me (thanks Mum and Dad) we persevered and now we are the best of buddies, well most of the time.

Sure we have had our downs, like the time I smashed his face into the back of someone else’s car, or the time I thought he was out to kill me, given the crazy number of electric shocks I constantly received, or even the time when the remote central locking decided its time was up and I sat in the carpark at uni with both the car and me crying, of course Saabie was much louder, given that his cry was in the form of his car alarm. But there have also been a lot of ups, like Saabies trek to Adelaide with Davo, or up and down from the beach for the last 4 years, or the trips to Ikea because Saabie has the biggest boot in the family.

We have been through a lot together really, Saabie survived my years as a P-plater and now carries me to and from Castlemaine week after week... But I am beginning to fear that Saabie’s life is coming to an end. Recently, its been taking a lot more for Saabie to get up and going each day, and this afternoon, when I stopped at the petrol station he wouldn’t get going again. Now because I am not completely car illiterate I thought that it was probably just a dead battery, which was no biggie, so I rang the RACV and they came and checked him out. Despite the fact that it was a jump start I needed to get going again, the RACV man tells me that my battery is fine, and every thing is charging fine and that he is not sure what it is. Now this along with some other little problems, like the fact that my cruise control is no more are beginning to make me think that over 500kms a week is too much and that perhaps this is the beginning of the end. I am not really ready to safe goodbye, and I can’t really afford a new one. So I guess for now we just ride it out, but perhaps someday soon I will need to say goodbye.

I guess that's just all part of the adventure!


Dexter's New Home

>> Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Well its been a little while since I posted a blog about my little dog and there have been a couple of reasons for this:

1. Nothing really that interesting has happened to him...he did go for his first swim at the beach but other than that, not much.

2. I figured that after the influx of posts when I first got him, it was only fair that I gave everyone a break and...

3. He hasn't been living with me. 

This last reason is something that I am a little sad about, because I love him to bits (despite our initial struggles) and I miss him stacks, none the less he is a very active dog and I have a very small house in which he has to get locked in all day because my landlord keeps letting him out and the poor little thing is just a puppy with no road sense. 

Anyway, over summer, and a little bit before that, Dex has been living with Mum, Dad, the boys and his new best friend, Harley and the two have been getting very attached to each other.  And while this has been good for them, because they have become good company for each other, eventually, when I get a bigger house, I would really like Dex to come back and live with me, but the more attached he gets to Harley the harder this will be to do.  So this week I have made a decision (well not just me, in-conjunction with the others involved, except Dex and Harley, because they are dogs and they can't talk), one that I think is best for both Dex and me.  Until I workout how to have Dexter up in Castlemaine, in order to prevent two very depressed little dogs, Dex is moving in with Dave. 

So last night, Dex spent his first night in his new place, and he looks pretty happy there... The other good thing about this arrangement is that Dave (or so he says) will bring dex up to visit sometimes, which is exciting because I really miss him.  I just hope that he is a good boy and doesn't destroy to much...

I guess that's all part of the adventure!


Australia Day - # 41

>> Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Just like my last blog, today’s is filled with a number of super Australian things I have done today, which I guess is appropriate given that it is in fact Australia Day. So Happy Australia Day to you all!

Here is my super Australian Australia Day…

10:30am – woke up in Inverloch after a beautiful sleep in to find a fantastic summer day!

11:00am – 1:00pm – Dave, Kat and I were joined by Brad and Mim and together we watched some tennis and cricket on the telly

1:00pm – Had a sausage sizzle for lunch

2:30-5:00pm Soaked up the sun and surf at the beach

8:00-9:30pm Enjoyed a Australia Day spectacular at the Blackburn Sound Shell, were I caught up with Mum, dad and Jake and then completed my day quite nicely with fireworks, allowing me to cross #41 – see some fireworks, off the list.

So there you go, what better way is there to spend Australia day than with friends, family, sausages, beach, Australian tunes and fireworks…it just doesn’t get better than that.

I guess that's just all part of the adventure!



>> Sunday, January 24, 2010

There are some super Australian things to do over summer, for example, going to the beach, eating out side, having a BBQ, and if you are a Victorian going to, or at least watching some of the Australian Open tennis. It doesn’t seem to matter whether or not you actually like tennis, you just do it. Take me for instance, the only tennis I ever watch is the Australian Open, and most years I even go to the tennis for the day, much like I did today. I don’t really have any idea what’s going on or who anyone actually is, although I can pull out some names and rankings if I have to, and this year I even have the Australian Open app on my iPhone to help me pull it off just that little bit more convincingly. Normally, I get sucked in by the end, declaring someone my favourite player and another my enemy, I cheer and get excited, make all the right crowd noises and generally have a great time. But the truth is even though I like to go to the tennis and I do get a bit caught up in it all while I am there, the reason I agree to go in the first place is not the tennis at all. The tennis has a great atmosphere, some great shopping at times (not this year though due to the fact that Garnier is no longer a major sponsor…so no freebies from the infamous Garnier tent) but it’s also a great way to get a tan and not get in trouble for sitting in the sun. Although, also being a bit of a paranoid hypochondriac I always slip, slop, slap, unlike like Dave…who now has a nice red and white chestie outline.

I guess that's just all part of the adventure!


Classic Disney

>> Saturday, January 23, 2010

This morning I gave 3D a second chance, this time I allowed it to mess with a classic, giving it an all or nothing ultimatium...and this time the 3D movies proved themselves as worthy in my books.  This morning, Kitty, Ben and I went and saw 2 Disney classics in 3D - Toy Story 1 and Toy Story 2, and they were fantastic.  

This time I wore my regular glasses and to my surprise they fit under the 3D glasses with no dramas at all.  However 3Ds haven't been given the all clear just yet, because there were a number of 'variables' that had changed.  For example:

1. The movie was at 9:50am, not 9:40pm, so I was much more awake
2. I had swaped my contacts for my glasses and....
3. Lets face it, Toy Story isn't really fast pace and there are not really any full on action scenes so its hard to compare the movies. 

All I know is it was very enjoyable this time, and perhaps I was quick to ride off 3D...perhaps it needs some more, as Dave would say, independent research. 

Oh and on a completely different note, I was very fascinated by the fact that in the cinema there were more young adults of similar age to myself, than kids...including a group of boys...who did not on first impression appear to be Toy Story kind of guys...I guess from this I can take two things 1. Kids these days don't appreciate classic Disney and 2. Everyone loves Disney...even if they don't look like they will.   

I guess that's all part of the adventure!



>> Sunday, January 17, 2010

I know I only said this like a week ago but skype is seriously very impressive, today while out in Hoppers Crossing ( is a long way from any of my homes!) having lunch with my high school buddies, we chatted to Kempy who is currently living in the states and it was almost like she was there with us.  We could see her, talk to her, play games with her and have fun and it was very very cool, it really is magic that you can do that... how exactly it works still boggles my mind, but so does the telephone and wireless anything, so I guess that's not hard.  I think I need to get more into skype though cos we talke with Kempy for like 2hours and it was still free...and that is just nuts. amaze me. 

I guess that's just all part of the adventure!


Triple Date

>> Saturday, January 16, 2010

Tonight I went on a triple date, a step up, or sideways, or something from the double date I got so excited about back in October, tonight's triple date was with Dusty and Jake and their girlfriends Jess and Cassie.  Its not something that I have done before, but it was nice.  In true dork style, we went out for dinner and then bowling, and I didn't even lose.

Anyway, it was nice to hang out with my brothers and their women, perhaps its something we should do more often...I guess it is a sign that we are all growing up, and soon, although not too soon I hope, I will be hanging out with my brothers and my sister-in-laws...crazy...who would have thought that these three kids...(please see photo to your left) would be public... without their gameboys and with their significant others, bowling...crazy, imagine that...growing up.   

I guess that's just all part of the adventure!


Kitchen Table

>> Wednesday, January 13, 2010

I have heard numerous people talk about the joys of the simple things in life and tonight I got experience that joy.  It's just something simple, but something that I had taken for granted for so long, something that I didn't realise I liked so much until I didn't have one for a while and then got it back...  confused yet?  Well tonight I was able to enjoy the simple pleasure of eating at a kitchen table!  I know it sounds ridiculous, but tonight when Flic came over for tea, we sat at a little card table in the middle of what I guess is technically the kitchen and it was lovely.  Simple but what a joy.  I miss having a table to eat at that is there all the time and doesn't have to be folded away so that you can get to everything.  One day, I will have a house big enough for a kitchen table... one day

I guess that's all part of the adventure!


Just not quick enough

>> Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Maybe no one else experiences this, but my eyes can't keep up with 3D movies...I am just not that quick...tonight I went to see Avatar in 3D with Jana and Sam and after careful consideration I decided that I needed to wear my glasses to the movies because otherwise I would have that that whole two pairs at once thing going on and I decided that probably wouldn't work.  It turns out though perhaps I made the wrong choice...because I was a little tired, my eyes were dry and as a result my contacts took just a little bit too long to focus so I found it difficult to watch the faster 3D bits in the movie.

This is a bit of a shame, because I was super excited about 3D and now....not so much, in fact I think for now I will just stick to my glasses and normal 2D.

But just out of curiosity...does anyone else experience issues with 3D or is it just me?

I guess that's just all part of the adventure!


The Cool Change - # 96

>> Monday, January 11, 2010

I have resisted blogging about the temperature for two reasons:
1. everyone knows its friggin hot and they don't want to be reminded
2. no one cares - they are too hot! 

...that was until now!  Now that the cool change has hit its a whole new story, the cool change has brought with it relief but also some inspiration.  Over the last couple of days my house has become really really messy, I would like to put the full blame on the heat, but that would be a lie, however some of the blame does fall there.  The inspiration that came with the cool change was a fresh desire to clean my house, and clean it I did, I swept and vacuumed, in fact I did such amazing cleaning I even vacuumed upstairs which means I can now cross #96 - Vacuum the upstairs of my house, off the list.  I couldn't take a photo because it just didn't work, so you will just have to trust me on this...but it is clean and oh my is it nice to have the refreshing cool change and the refreshing feeling of a cool house.

Oh and in case you just didn't understand why this was so difficult...this is a picture of the 'upstairs' of my house...yes that little bit up the top of the ladder...and that's without the mattress I sleep on...  

I guess that's all part of the adventure!


Flying through the list - # 58, # 62

>> Sunday, January 10, 2010

Well I am flying through the list so far... Today, only 10 days in, I can cross to more things off my list...The first one was under sad circumstances though... let me explain...

This morning I was able to cross off #58 Attend Bendigo Corps, however it was to say farewell to Quentin and Susanne, who have been the officers there for the last 3years and are now heading to South Australia to an appointment there.  Over the past year I have been really grateful for Quentin and Susanne and the love and support they have given me.  When I moved away from home, mum reminded me that I was a salvo so I was going to have a family close enough and it is really true.  After a little bit of initial phone hockey, Susanne invited me to join a cell group at the corps and it has been one of the best things I have done up here.  It has given me some free meals, something to do every second week, but most of all some new friends that I will never forget, and even though I haven't been there on Sunday's it has given me a salvo family to belong to up here.  It has also allowed me to get to know both Quentin and Susanne and their lovely kids...which you may have noticed I have blogged about before.  And while I know the army world is small, and the magic of facebook is awesome, I will miss having them around and having a good laugh, but I know that they will be doing incredible things in SA and I have to let them go.  So thanks guys so much for everything that you have done and for helping settle in up here in the country, you will definitely be missed.  

The other thing I was able to cross off my list is a little less emotional...this afternoon I purchased a new set top box for my TV (#62).  Luckily for me Davo was up in Castlemaine for a visit so he set it all up for me and it is ready to go, with a lovely clear picture and lots more channels...although it does appear at this stage I am missing channel 9 in all shapes and forms but I am sure it will show up when its ready. 

I guess that's just all part of the adventure!


Dance like Dave's not watching

>> Saturday, January 9, 2010

Confidence is not something that I have a lot of.  You may be a little surprised by this, but it is true,  I find it really difficult to really be myself, I am always worrying about what people with think or say and while I have become more confident in who I am over the last couple of years, it is something that I still need to work on.

One thing I really love to do though is dance. I am not a very good dancer and this is mostly due to a 'co-ordination deficiency' which is a very seriously genetic disorder, that unfortunately has been passed down the Lewis family line, so as you can imagine, I don't do it very often, but when I do...oh when I do... I really let my hair down, so to speak.  I really like that quote that says 'Dance like no one is watching' however I think that in my case it's more like 'Dance like Dave's not watching' because even though we have been going out for so long, I don't like to make a fool of myself in front of least not with my dancing anyway, not because he will love me less, but because I think that I could possibly be a little embarrassing, I know he will say he doesn't care and he just wanted me to be me...but I know its true deep down inside.

Anyway, tonight I attended Stobie's farewell shin dig and once the crowd had died down and I was there with a few close buddies of mine I decided that it was time for them to see me dancing...not just a little bit of dancing, but 'dancing like Dave's not watching' dancing.  They hadn't seen my full on dancing before because I normally leave that to parties where everyone else is drunk so that they won't remember the quality of my dancing (ironic, given my last blog), but I was feeling particularly comfortable, so I decided that tonight was the night (it probably helped that Dave wasn't there either).  Anyway, I guess I just wanted to say that I love it.  It really is very freeing and thankfully it all went down ok, no one thought I was super weird or anything...not even when I pulled out my favourite, and original, interpretive dance move...plastic bag in the wind.  

Perhaps I will need to start finding more situations to get my dance on, and to dance like Dave's not watching...even if he is...who knows, maybe one day he will even dance with me.  That would be nice (wink, wink, nudge, nudge).

Oh and that's a picture of me getting my groove on...while singing...pretty...I know. 

I guess that's just all part of the adventure!



>> Friday, January 8, 2010

Tonight I saw something that made me a little sad.  Tonight while waiting for the train to Melbourne I saw two guys that were just drunk off their nut.  And while people get drunk all the time, I think what took me by surprise with these guys was that I wasn't out late, or in the city, or even anywhere near a pub, but instead I was just sitting at the station at 7pm, in the daylight. 

The thing is, even though I don't drink, I don't really have a problem with alcohol, I am fine with a casual drink, a drink while your out, in fact I really don't care what people do with grog, but I get upset when I see it interfere with people's lives.  Now I guess I was probably in the wrong because when I watched these two mates at the station, I was a bit judgmental, they were loud, disruptive and being a bit offensive and I have to admit it didn't make me think to highly of them.  It did, however, make me wonder what they could have been doing... whether this was normal or perhaps whether it was just a once off.  It just made me wonder why as well i guess, what is the point of being that drunk, why were that they that drunk? What was happening in their lives that had lead to this...

This year, amongst lots of other patients I have seen a number of people that are detoxing from an alcohol addiction and every time I speak to these patients I am surprised at the fact that they are just regular people who have just had a rough trot, or something happen, or are in a lot of pain, but they don't fit the picture of what I expect an 'alcoholic' to look like and I guess I just wonder why its alcohol that people turn too and why its so crippling and while I don't really have any answers, i guess I just wanted to vent a little, you know put it out there and just wonder out loud a little.

I guess that's just all part of the adventure!


Back to work

>> Monday, January 4, 2010

Here is something that is probably exceedingly really really suck to be going back to work while everyone else is still on holidays!  Its not that I don't like my job, I actually really like it, but the thing is, Mum, Dad, Jake, Dustin, Dave and most of my friends are still on holidays....everyone except me and I am not happy about it.

Oh and just to top it off, today I started on a new ward and it was nuts...busy busy busy and I didn't really know my way around, but I am sure I will get my head around it soon enough.

Anyway, the point of this blog is just to whinge...I wish I was still on holidays :(, I already told you I am not made for full time and I miss my 3 month uni break...

I guess that's all part of the adventure!


Technology is Magic

>> Sunday, January 3, 2010

Just in case you hadn't already read the title of this blog, technology is magic.  Today I was lucky enough to share in the dedication of my new friend Samuel Jude Kean.  But what made his dedication even more special than others I have witnessed in the past was the magic of skype.  With the help of skype and some computer extraordinaires, Matt's parents in Newfoundland in Canadia were able to be part of the service taking place on the other side of the world.  I am not really sure what else I can say about it, other than it was something really special and it just made me realise how lucky I am to live in a world where things like skype exist.
I guess that's all part of the adventure!


The Princess and the Frog - # 80

>> Friday, January 1, 2010

Well, One day in and I can already knock something on off the list!  Today Disney's Princess and the Frog was released at cinemas, and being the Disney fan I am I was there straight away and I dragged Davo and Kitty with me!

I have been waiting for this movie to be released for a long time, so I am glad that its finally here.  The thing is this Disney film is no ordinary Disney film, in fact it is very special, why? I hear you ask, well let me tell you...

There are two things that make this Disney movie different, the first is this is the first Disney movie to have a black American as the princess, sure they have had white girls, an American Indian even an Asian, but until now, no black Americans, so it was just nice to see.  The second thing that makes this movie a little different is the fact that it goes back to the old style of Disney, just like the days Aladdin and the Little Mermaid.  Its not digital, or by Pixar, but traditionally animated...and its good.  Oh and it has a great sound track just like it should too!

So there you go number 80 is crossed off the list.

I guess that's all part of the adventure!


The List...Take 2

Happy New Year!

A couple of years ago, all the way back in 2007 I had a list. It was a list that brought challenges, adventures, excitement, laughter and some silliness to my year and after not having one for two years I think its time the list made a come back.  Like 2007's list, 2010's list has all kids of things on it, some things to keep me entertained, somethings to keep me accountable, somethings to make me a better person and somethings just because I can.   I think the thing I like about the list is the fact that is gives me some hard evidence of the things I achieve no matter how petty or small they might be.  It means that this time next year I will be able to look back and have, hopefully, 100 things I have done this year, as well as the things that aren't on the list.

So, just like last time, 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 up photo or at least a blog about it... Anyway, here is the new list...

1. Lose weight (goal of 15kgs)
2. Learn guitar, again - be able to play     at least 1 radio song
3. Go interstate
4. Be on time - or at the very least not late to everything
5. Do my devotions 5nights each week
6. Sing with Pa
7. Bake meringues
8. Exercise 3times each week
9. Take a dance lesson
10. Go without TV for a week
11. Play a game of netball
12. Visit an Australian county town I haven't been to before
13. Go to Inverloch with Pheebs & Kirsten
14. Try beef jerky
15. Try durian fruit
16. Do something different with my hair
17. Drink a bottle of water everyday
18. Have a piece of fruit everyday
19. Go to the zoo
20. Go to a theme park
21. Write 10 cards just because
22. Have 2 'diet coke free' days each week
23. Write a kids nutrition book
24. See a musical
25. Set up my salary packaging
26. Cook at least 1 home cooked meal each week
27. Go to the beach at least 4 times
28. Go to a river
29. Have 5 singing lessons
30. Go overseas
31. Run a 1/2 marathon
32. Try 2 new recipes a month
33. Keep my car free of rubbish
34. Once again try to not push the snooze button and just get up
35. Meet the rest of Dave's rellies
36. Scan my photos onto my computer
37. Use my IMAX voucher
38. Use my drive in voucher
39. Watch a sunset over the country hills
40. Stand out in the rain
41. See some fireworks
42. Read 6 books
43. Take Dexter to puppy school
44. Buy a new handbag
45. Have a massage
46. Play a board-game
47. Eat fairy bread
48. Paint a picture
49. Go camping
50. See a movie in gold class
51. Visit Pez in Kilmore
52. Catch up with my uni mates for dinner
53. Go to a school concert of Dave's
54. Keep my herb garden alive and use some of them in my cooking
55. Go to the DAA conference
56. Have a dinner party with a 3 course meal
57. Attend a service at Castlemaine corps
58. Attend a service at Bendigo corps
59. Attend a service at Leongatha corps
60. Test drive a car
61. Visit my great grandma
62. Get a set top box for my telly - or a new telly?
63. Make a fire ready pack for my car
64. Get my blog up to date and keep it that way
65. Go to a wedding
66. Have the TV off by 11pm on weeknights
67. Only buy lunch from work twice a week
68. Go to at least 4 exercise classes
69. Go on a road trip
70. Get a hands free kit for my car
71. Paint my toenails
72. Catch up with my high school friends for dinner
73. Don't crash my car or anyone elses
74. Fix up scrap books of bits and pieces
75. Wash my car or get my car washed at least 3 times
76. Win something
77. Finish watching McLeod's Daughters
78. Actively practice turning the telly off and just listening to music
79. Obey the speed limit
80. See Disney's Princess and the frog
81. Keep my desk at work and at home tidy
82. Fix up my super stuff
83. Go on a roller-coaster
84. Make a time capsule
85. Grow a plant from a seed
86. Get tadpoles
87. Investigate MobileMe
88. Learn a magic trick
89. Send a message in a bottle
90. Make a new friend
91. Make something in origami
92. Make up my own word
93. Invent a new game
94. Glue some coins to my floor
95. Bake some cookies
96. Vacuum the upstairs of my house
97. Spend a day with my brothers
98. Make my own jewelery for a special date
99. Learn to play the bongos
100. Go on a date day

I guess that's just all part of the adventure!

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