bucket listing, by m

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I guess the theme this week is reflecting?  This is good.  I tend to be constantly barreling forward, so here goes!

Top five things I never thought I’d cross off my bucket list in 2010 (in random order):

#5. Attending fashion week…twice!

In the spring it was academic, since I was studying fashion.  That, plus I got two of my three tickets for free thanks to a good friend in PR.  In the fall I volunteered, so it was in exchange for slave labour.

Both seasons, the Evan Biddell shows made me proud to be Canadian.

#4. Published…again!

This time, there was one book about bugs, and another about racism (co-authored by J!).  Shout out to aunt E, who helped me the whole way through.

#3. Styling my first shoot

This year, I learned  a bit about what it takes to be a professional stylist…a lot of patience, a lot of money (until you return the clothes for a refund), and a lot of creativity.

#2. Living with little sister for a summer

In the big city, too!  I was so proud…not only of her bravery, but of her tolerance of my friends and I (a difficult task for anyone).

cone of shame

#1. Living with a puppy!

Meet Kevin.

Love Kevin.

How could you not?

Next post…barreling forward again: things I hope to cross off my bucket list in 2011.

p.s. shout out to my best friend who turns 27 today, and leaves in three days for a year in Australia! Click here and follow her blog!

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3 responses »

  1. What nothing about your loving parents…
    We are hurt deeply! I do expect dinner in penance!
    Homemade is preferred, but I will accept a nice restaurant “Canoe” or “Scaramouche”.

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