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The General To-Do List, not the Day-to-Day One

July 22nd, 2016 at 10:33 am

This is a different to-do list. I have a day-to-day to-do list and I'm very good on getting things done.

This is my general, overall, life to-do list:
- find a new project for 2017 (I have a lot of projects that are wrapping up/in construction - need a new one!)
- figure out what to do about the gym situation (the gym attendance is so low now that they moved us to the south part of town - we lost most of our old attendees, then the gym owner put us in a room with no AC and no windows, so no doubt we'll lose more). I need to leave and find a new gym.
- 50th birthday party - no idea what I want to do, but I want to invite everyone (this may mean 100 people coming)! So it'll need to be large and inexpensive. Will be in October so outside won't work. I'm not so much into just sitting around. Not sure where to have it, or what to do. My birthday is on Halloween - but the party won't be on Halloween. Costumes? (I'd be into that, but will everyone else?). 80s music? (yes!) Kids should be able to come, too!!!

4 Responses to “The General To-Do List, not the Day-to-Day One”

  1. rob62521 Says:

    You appear to be quite organized. Good for you!

  2. FrugalTexan75 Says:

    Maybe do something like what a lady in my church did for her 50th wedding anniversary party. They invited everyone who came to participate in a project for a charity - cutting patterns for shoes out from old jeans. They also had a local musical group perform a few times throughout the party. There was a bouncy house for the kids, and a buffet for the food. Lots of mingling, chit chat and activity. She didn't want a party where everyone sat and stared at each other while eating ...

  3. VS_ozgirl Says:

    We went to an 80s party and it was loads of fun, maybe something like that?

  4. littlegopher Says:

    When a friend turned 50, her family threw her a huge surprise party. They requested no gifts, but asked everyone to bring a carved pumpkin, as her birthday is near Halloween. The pumpkins were lit in the front yard that night and again on Halloween. We had our kids out trick or treating that year, and everyone hung out in their yard to visit - sort of a party part two! It still makes me smile to think of it! I'm sure you'll come up with a fun way to celebrate!!

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