I recently took my first trip to Germany! I absolutely loved it! It was very interesting to learn about the country and their culture. I was only there for a week and it seemed like the shortest week ever, next time we plan to stay longer. We did a lot of sightseeing on the days the weather was nice. We had a chance to tour the tallest cathedral in the world; Ulm Minster. We traveled to the cities of Neu-Ulm and Stuttgart, shopped at the local markets and dined at Germany resturants that server country favorites like schnitzel, spatzle, brez’n, and bratwurst. Below are a few pictures I took while at the Ulm Minster.
I did it! I finally said what the heck and colored my hair red! I’ve had highlights before but had never colored a big section of my hair. Plus, I’m talking about permanent hair dye! So I was a little afraid of what might happen to my hair.
Anyways, I did it and I was pretty pleased with the results. I may even color my hair again. I actually like to experiment now. 🙂
Finally!!! There were so many things I wanted to put on my list but then I remembered this is not suppose to be a random wish list.
I composed my list based on 2 factors 1) things that I’ve always wanted to do and 2) things that I’ve always loved to do but for whatever reason have stopped.
Here it is (in no particular order)…
- Shoot a gun
- Complete a Spiritual/Meditation Challenge
Become a red head (temporarily)
- Plant flowers in my front yard
- Take an art class
- Volunteer at a homeless shelter/Give back to the community
Start blogging again, not only here but my personal blog http://mylifewithaaron.blogspot.com/
- Get all dressed up for a fancy romantic dinner date
Start reading again (monthly)…for pleasure! Eat 100% clean for one month with no cheat days Start juicing/blending
- Make sushi
- Take a cooking class
- Ride in a helicopter
- Get back into my pre-baby clothes
- Lift weights at least 2 times a week
- Take hand dancing class
Watch the sunrise on the beach Run on the beach
- Complete a race! Starting with a 5K
- Try a Bikram Yoga Class
- Complete my masters degree program
- Eat at Komi
Travel to Europe
- Take a mother/daughter trip
- Go on a fishing trip
- Learn how to French braid/cornrow my own hair
- Tour all the Smithsonian museums in the Washington D.C. area
Re-arrange my closet/storage area
- To Forgive
Once this list is complete I hope to make both my new and old interests an on-going part of my life.