To Do

480. Fall head-over-heels in love

Completed sometime during 2006. It’s hard to say the exact day. But I remember it was after dark on a cold night in December when I first told him I loved him. But I’d wanted to say it for the first time months before, but I was afraid. I already talked about how we met.

421. Be swept off my feet

Completed May 2006 I was not looking for anything serious. I was just having fun when I went on a date in May 2006. He wasn’t looking for anything serious either. Then we met, and there was a definite chemistry. We sat in Norm’s until the wee hours chatting over pie and coffee. We went […]

420. Sweep someone off his feet

Updated October 28, 2009 Well, I guess it’s not really my story to tell, but I think I can definitely mark this one as completed. He looks pretty swept off his feet, don’t you think?

407. Fall in love

Updated February 6, 2009 Neither one of us was looking for a serious relationship, but here we are engaged and making plans for family.

339. Mend a broken heart

Completed I’m not really sure when Is there any worse feeling in the world than a broken heart? I get an awful ache in the middle of my chest, and if it goes on, then I feel nauseated and tired. I tend to do everything over the top because I have this philosophy that if […]

324. Add a codicil to my will to tell people why I love them

Updated March 21, 2010 Did you know you could do such a thing? I think it’s a wonderful thing to leave behind to my beloved friends and family after I’m gone. Of course, first I have to create a will. I’ll do it! I promise.

281. Throw flower petals instead of rice at my wedding

Rice is controversial, but nobody objects to flower petals.

255. Make a photo album or collage for someone

I made a photo album to memorialize our family dog, Max, who held a special place in our hearts.

239. Learn how to sing “Happy Birthday” in 3 languages

A kind gesture, to acknowledge someone’s birthday in their native language.

238. Learn how to say “I love you” in at least 10 languages

Updated April 13, 2009 I love you. (English) Je t’adore. (French) Te quiero or Te amo (Spanish) Three down, seven to go. Any suggestions on which languages I should try?

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