April was a draw.
April was crammed with fun stuff and responsibilities. I accomplished many things, but most of those things were not goal related, so the updated list looks sparse for April. I organized the carnival for the Egg Hunt at church.
Train season also started this month which means I was training new docents most Saturdays or giving tours at the Northwest Railway Museum.
Spring break took us to the coast for camping and exploring!
Easter brings a lot of activities to prep, plan and enjoy as well!
9) Practice 12 spiritual disciplines.
8) Complete 12 credits toward MDiv.
The majority of my spare time has gone toward this goal. I wrapped Greek Syntax with a massive translation exam on Galatians, and read 5 books on women’s history in the church which will culminate in a paper this week. I’m registered for a 2 credit course in June with my favorite Prof. 6 credits completed!
7) Connect with one person a week.
This happened, but not intentionally.
5) Learn how to needle felt and create 25 sculptures.
No, I didn’t needle felt this guy, but she did donate wool toward my stash!
3) Move at least 15 minutes a day.
Every. single. day.
2) Fix my teeth.
1) Hike to 12 new places.
We finally had a few sunny days last week, so I renewed my Discovery Pass and climbed Little Si early Thursday morning. There are a lot of single women with tiny dogs on the trail early in the morning! There was also a lot of loud talkers. I spent a lot of leisure time on the trial letting them pass by or get farther ahead of me when I heard them.
January: Hike to Twin Falls.
May: Climb Little Si.