Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Imagining April 2015 :: A Month Map

Ahh, April. The month when all will start to burst into glowy green and trees will begin to look like they are trimmed with bits of lace.

And there is no better month to say Rabbit, Rabbit, Rabbit!

Well, before I get to new ideas for April, let's see how I did last month. Specific plans hoped for the month of March were:

Continue to press hard with my Spanish studies
Plan our trip to Washington D.C./New York City
Write at least one letter
Attend my brother-in-law's 50th birthday party
Take advantage of a few new opportunities for connections at church
Date night

Things went pretty well all around last month. We have been looking around at churches nearer to our home, but that task has been hard, so that's still something we're working on.

And date night happened, but it was supposed to have been the new film, "While We're Young," starring Ben Stiller and Naomi Watts. It opened March 27, but it didn't manage to open here! :( The Film Society offered a showing of it to its members yesterday, but we are not members and so we still haven't seen it. It strikes me as odd that a movie with such noted actors would not open in theaters everywhere. Maybe that will happen later and it can be our date night for this month.

So, here are some ideas, God willing, for April:

Continue with Spanish studies
Continue seeking a church home
Easter Sunday church and brunch with my sister and her family
Practice going to bed earlier by setting my alarm via "Happier" with Gretchen Rubin
Date night
Continue cooking from my cookbooks
Write one letter
Make plans for week(s) without car (more on this in a future post!)
Two to three blog posts each week
Continue making connections with fellow bloggers
Keep running and yoga to at least 2x each every week

Share with me here in the comments or let me know on Facebook, what are your plans or ideas for April? Do you like to make goals for yourself each month or do you prefer to just take things as they come?

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