Sunday, April 7, 2013

A Very Late Check-In

Though this seems like an impossible list to accomplish in the next 80 days, I am making some headway. I was in Minnesota this weekend, and even though I got home by mid-afternoon, I have been too busy to get to the computer. 

Throughout April -  Continue asking for donated supplies to take to Kenya
I talked to one of my local pharmacists on Friday and she is going to work on getting me another glucometer and test strips.
By April 1             – Finish Chapter 30 on my novel done April 5
By April 2             - Contact my local radio station about doing a spot for my book and the Women on the Wings of Faith talk I am giving the end of the month done April 3 and I still haven’t heard back from them
By April 5             – Get typhoid meds, malaria meds, and antibiotics for the trip done April 3, mine at least. I am still working on getting Val’s as she doesn’t have insurance and the doxycycline to prevent malaria has skyrocketed in price.
By April 5             – Call airlines to give them our passport information done April 3
April 6                   - Attend Book Festival in St. Peter, Minnesota done April 6
By April 11           – Email two people questions asking about adoption for my book
By April 12           – Revise WSMA gmail accounts
By April 13           - Finish Doni’s Form Builder questions for WSMA
By April 14           – Have final power point for my talk on my book at WOWOF on April 24
By April 14           - Have cleaned out the spare bedroom so Val can move her stuff home
By April 15           - Finish Chapter 31 on my novel
April 18 – 20        - Attend the WSMA convention in Neenah
April 24, 6:30 pm - WOWOF presentation
By April 30           - Have worked up to running a full mile to see if I can do it
By May 1              - Have moved Val’s stuff home (since she is going to be gone for 3 months, she is pretty sure she is not going to keep her apartment)
May 5 – 19          - Gone to Africa
By May 26           - Have gotten the garden ready to plant
By May 31           - Have run 3 miles to know if I will run in 5K on June 8
By June 1             - Have planted the garden
June 8                   - Run that 5K, if I am going to I don’t have to worry about this anymore as my friend in Minnesota has got tickets to a Christian concert this weekend, but I think I will keep running, and maybe run in the 5K over the Fourth of July.
June 8                   - Go to that Christian concert with my friend in Minnesota
By June 10           - Have made plans for our vacation in September (Wow, that sounds like a long ways away)


  1. This is an ambitious list--keep up the good work!

    1. I've actually added a few things in my head. Minor details, but I should write them down too so I don't forget.

  2. That list looks really busy, but it also looks as if you've planned your steps well. You know where you are going and you've gotten your steps all broken down into workable pieces. Awesome!

    Good luck to you. Keep marking down those "done" statements.