Thursday Thirteen #49


1. quit smoking (I’ll get by with a little help from my friend…)

2. work toward a healthier weight and get more exercise

3. spend more time communing with Nature

4. try geocaching with my daughter, including…

5. learning how to properly use a compass and GPS…and

6. learning how to properly read a map

7. write more poetry

8. make more photographs

9. submit a piece of writing for publication

10. sleep more

11. worry less

12. believe more

13. pause

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Author: nancybond

A writer, photographer, naturalist from small town Nova Scotia, Canada.

11 thoughts on “Thursday Thirteen #49”

  1. That’s a great list! I can relate to many…and most are on my “will try to/ hope for in 2008” list.

    Pause is my favorite though :)

  2. Good luck to you on your list. I didn’t want to post that kind of resolution because I always disappoint myself. In fact already this year I’ve had chinese food TWICE!!! What’s wrong with me?!?!?! LOL

  3. Good for you, Nancy to aspire to quit smoking and eat healthier. I gave up smoking 10 years ago and it was the hardiest thing I’ve ever done. It helps to be stubborn Irish .

    Good luck and Happy New Year.

  4. Nancy, thanks so much for stopping by and commenting on my TT!

    I love your sidebar quote about grandparents. How true that is! I am crazy about my grandson, who is almost a year old.

  5. Excellent list! Re #1, I quit cold turkey after 15 years. 40 a day to nothing overnight. If I can do it, anybody can! Go for it!

  6. Great list! And YES! You absolutely must start geocaching! My husband and I have been doing it for nearly four years now and it’s amazing all that we’ve learned and discovered as a result. It has truly enriched our lives in so many ways – ways we could never have anticipated.

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