That’s A Wrap. Our softball season came to an end last Friday and although it’s a bittersweet feeling, I am excited for what’s to come. While my season comes to an end, my Fiancé is now back in season for Spring football. I swear our schedules are so opposite, Lol. I think Summer is our somewhat “off” season we have together. Ohh… the life of coaches!! Por Amor!
Okay, so I know it has been officially Spring for quite some time now, but I thought now that I’ll have more time on my hands I can now work on my Spring bucket list. There’s so much I need to do prior to summer and I just can’t seem to slim it down to just a few picks, but here they go.
1. Picnic Date
I mean the type of picnics where you go all out and cook an easy three course meal. It wouldn’t be complete without a bottle of wine. My current favorite wine, and that’s because I’m not much for red wine, is the Stella Rose.
2. Read a Book
I know you all have been hearing all the hype about the show 13 Reasons Why and if you haven’t I’m surprised. Even my students have been so interested in it. I am currently reading the book prior to seeing the show. I know it seems silly to read when you can just watch it, but I enjoying reading. I usually think that the books are better. Anyways, I am looking for other books to read and if you all recommend any, please share!
3. Visit a Local Coffee Shop
The past couple of months I have been on a go with my coffee, but it would be nice to visit a local coffee shop, sip, and blog. Anyone in the RGV area know of any great tasting coffee shops?
You all don’t know how I much I’ve struggled to squeeze in a workout here and there while being in softball season. I’ll be completely honest I gained about 6-8pds and now I must work my butt off to lose it. I have about 9 weeks you all before I head to Puerto Rico so I basically need to get myself in check, fast. LOL
5. Spring Cleaning
Ugh, this one is going to be a drag and will probably be done a little at a time. I have so much to organize and I have no idea where to put it all or how to make it look presentable. This will be a challenge, but thank God for Pinterest! My sisters like this time of the year as well, because I usually like to clean out my closet and pass it along.
6. Bake A Pie
I’m no Betty Crocker here, but I would sure love to try to bake a Pie! I’m a sucker for anything sweet so if could learn to bake a Pie, I’ll cry. It’s always been one of those baking goals! Lol, if it ever happens, I’ll make sure to share the mess! If you find an easy step by step apple pie tutorial make sure you let me know!
7. Be A Tourist in My Own City
I feel like over the years my city has grown and I haven’t checked out a lot of places that exist today, so it would be fun to spend the weekend “playing” tourist in my very own city!
8. Work on My Wedding Planner
Now that I have the major things booked, I have a blog for this update coming soon, I want to start organizing the little things. The planner I got is pretty neat, because it includes a lot of things that you need to get done prior to your wedding. It’s an all in one planner!The following link is from the actual company, I got mine from Michael’s and I used my coupon so I only paid half!
9. Go to a Carnival
It’s been about 2 years since I last went to any type of Carnival. I think it would be fun to go with the Fiancé, plus it would make great blog photos!
10. Attend an Outdoor Country Concert
I’m not sure if this one counts because I went to one during Spring break with the babe, but hey I can say YES to another one! Hence this outfit was worn to the Randy Rogers Concert in Corpus and it was an enjoyable experience. I think we might have found our new spot for Spring break!
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God Bless You Always!
As water reflects the face,
so one’s life reflects the heart.
Congratulations on your engagement. Thank you for sharing this to do list. I will screen shot and do pretty much everything except planning a wedding.
Thank God for another end of season. I do salute you coaches.