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Looking Forward To

2012 is just finishing its first week, but I've been thinking and planning all the things I can do this year. For the first couple of months, I am looking forward to:
  • my pay increase at work - it would be nice to have some extra money for travel
  • launching my etsy store - i hope my bead creations would sell
  • incorporate walking every afternoon to build up my stamina - being sickly last year made me into a couch potato
  • starting spring semester - my subjects are interesting this semester: immigration and american literature
  • restaurant week - already reserved a lunch date for Mom and I
  • my birthday in a couple of weeks - woohoo, celebrating life
  • the cherry blossoms and tulips in spring
  • finalizing travel plans for the year - so many destinations so little time

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  1. I hope we could see the Cherry blossoms in Japan this year. We're still in the planning stage of our travels for 2012. I agree so many destinations, so little time. Plus in our case, not enough budget for travels lol!

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  2. wow! looks so exciting. goodluck on your etsy shop.

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  3. you are right. so many places to go to, so little time. and for me, not enough funds. hahaha.. my list for the year include northern India. i hope it pushes through.

    it always is great to have things to look forward to. happy new year, Kayni.

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  4. and here i am, still waiting for husband to call his family about the date i set for Sooae's birthday. i think that i couldn't move on yet until we're done with the "mini" celebration that's even getting so difficult to set..

    i hope to have another fruitful and sooae-funfilled year..

    cheers to your plans, especially the "salary increase" (^,^)and the etsy shop.. God bless...

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  5. I love your list :) Lots of stuff to look forward to! Please post your etsy shop's link once it is up. I am excited to see your creations.

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