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A 27-year-old PA student who wants to visit all seven continents, write a book, work at a pediatric clinic in Africa, and basically meet as many of the world's challenges as possible.

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Life List

(already accomplished)

Become a PA

Visit all 7 continents

Take a SwimTrek trip

Bike through Western Europe

Raft the Grand Canyon

Improve my Spanish proficiency

Go on safari in Africa

Trace my roots at Ellis Island

Vacation in Hawaii

Work on a hospital ship in a Third World country

Celebrate New Year's in Times Square

Visit all 50 states (29 to go: AK, AZ, AR, CA, CO, HI, ID, IL, IN, IA, KS, MI, MN, MO, MT, NE, NV, NM, ND, OK, OR, RI, SD, TX, UT, VT, WA, WV, WI, WY)

See the ruins at Pompeii

Swim in Capri's Blue Grotto

Tour Mt. Vesuvius

Throw a coin in the Trevi Fountain

Tour the Colosseum

Visit the D-Day beaches

See the Mona Lisa

Visit the palace at Versailles

See the Acropolis and Parthenon

See the Egyptian pyramids

Hike the Inca Trail

Walk El Camino Santiago

Take an Alaskan cruise

View the Taj Mahal at sunrise

Hike Table Mountain in South Africa

Climb through the Amazon canopy

Walk at least part of the Great Wall of China

Get laser hair removal

Learn to surf, ski, and snowboard

Learn to drive a stick-shift

Learn to play the piano

Go on a tropical cruise

Ride horseback on the beach

Ride in a hot air balloon

Get tickets to the Olympics

Go to adult Space Camp

Witness a shuttle launch from up close

Build a full-sized snowman

Sew a quilt out of my old race T-shirts

Update and continue my Life Scrapbook

Become the oldest person to ever do the River Run

Live to be a happy, healthy 100 years old - at least!

(unlikely dreams)

woensdag 13 oktober 2004

Hello hello!

Well, I got the verdict today, and I can have LASIK! November 11th is the big day. I'm really excited, but also kind of nervous, especially after hearing about all the things that can go wrong, but Mom said (quite rightly) that most of that is just a bunch of legal-covering-butt stuff - stuff they have to tell you to avoid getting sued. But anyway, so it's a Go!!! :)

Speaking of cheerful things... I'm not sure anyone in that 'circle' still reads this site, but a big fat CONGRATULATIONS to Aaron and Nitza on the birth of their first child on October 5th, daughter Sofía Lilí! That picture of her cross-eyed in the baby carrier is a heartbreaker if I ever saw one...

So they say bad things come in threes... do good things follow the same pattern? I hope so, because that will mean I'll get an A on m linguistics exam tomorrow morning, despite the fact that I have barely looked at the material, opting instead to hang out at Audrey's and Steven's and mooch a free dinner and watch the third presidential debate (and yell in chorus at the TV about Bush once again not answering questions - he never did tell us straight out if he would overturn Roe v. Wade).

Off to write a few e-mails and then turn in for the night. Cheerio!

1 Comments:

Blogger Robin said...

Hi Jess,
Don't worry about LASIK. They have to tell you anything and everything that may possibly go wrong. I have seen some awesome results so don't even think about anything bad happening to you. You will be perfectly fine!!

21/10/04 18:53  

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