Monday, May 7, 2007

Make-a-list Monday--Anniversaries

Ways we have celebrated our anniversary (in no particular order)

1. At the Anniversary Inn in Logan, complete with temple trip and food at the Copper Mill of course---twice I think.
2. A Bed and Breakfast in Park City
3. A B&B in Murray
4. At home with the kids
5. At home without the kids
6. Dinner at Sizzler then home (an early, very cheap one)
7. Dinner at Chef's Table and a B&B in Springville
8. And this year, the Art Ball at the Springville Museum of Art in Springville and a yet-to-come little diversion on some island in the Pacific!!!

P.S. Today I am NOT going to feel guilty about not mopping, because I did it Saturday! Yea! Everyone come look at it. We're having dinner on the floor tonight!


wrightlaura said...

I've been so inspired by all of your lists and things that you will NOT do everyday. I've started doing something similar myself. I make my list of things to do for the day and then take one thing off that can wait for another day. It's amazing how much less guilt I feel when I don't accomplish all 20 things on my list. And IF I have time and feel like it, I may do that thing that I crossed off in the beginning. Thank you so much for the idea. It has given me my sanity back!

P.S. I love your blog and always look forward to new posts.

Rochelle said...

Yeah Brooke! What fun Anniversary dates. For our anniversaries, I've been on a cruise WITH my child, gone to Castle Creek Inn, spent the day at home while my husband was on call, and my last and most depressing was when I spent it alone while Mike was in Iraq...but this year I expect great things. We're going to go to a restaurant - HOPEFULLY without my kids. But that may be pushing it because the ONE babysitter in our town that I can use might be doing something with her boyfriend.
I too enjoy reading your lists, but I honestly only try to accomplish one thing a day. So far, so good!

Julie M. said...

How fun that you always do something for your anniversary, and remember it! This anniversary for us, is my due date. How fun! NOT! Good job mopping the floor!!

Brooke said...

Laura, I'm so glad that your like it. It's fun to hear from you. And tell me about some of your most successful Not-to-dos. Aren't they great!