I have been running behind on life these days, but now (I think) I'm ready to play an intense game of catch up. So, I'm going to just pretend that this post was here all along.
I love this topic! As a new parent, I have spent the last few months changing diapers and walking around like a zombie due to lack of sleep, so it was fun to make a list of accomplishments that included more than cleaning up previously digested food.
I like to think of my Reverse Bucket List as a Brag List. Brag, brag, brag. Whatever. I'm proud of what I have accomplished thus far in life and seeing a few of my life achievements typed up in a list format is great for my self-esteem.
You knew that this blog was all about archiving my awesomeness, right?
My Reverse Bucket List
This was my backyard
Yes, it was beautiful.
One thing they don't teach ya in graduate school is how to wear the Master hood at graduation. Good news: the yellow thingy didn't choke me to death.
Bonus points for running down the middle of the road.
Seriously, this was one of the hardest things I have ever done.
I definitely did a happy dance when I got this email.
A little unknown fact about Miss Nutralicious: I started learning how to play the piano 23 years ago. This is my keyboard, my piano is currently being overrun by scrapbook materials and I didn't want to clean it off for a photo op. #lazy. (Yes, the mini piano is for my daughter.)
My original blog logo.
According to the bulletin board at the hospital where I delivered my daughter, the hospital delivers babies in brown, manila, white, and yellow varieties. For the record, my baby has a smaller head than these guys, but her hairdo is about the same.