The spring list

When it’s spring in Trondheim, it probably is spring everywhere else in the northern hemisphere as well. This means it’s time for a list of things I want to do in the next two months when the flowers blossom (even in Trondheim, yes), the days become bigger and people tend to fall in love more easily. If that’s not a good description of spring, then I don’t know what is.

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Buy flowers for the apartment. I did once and I’ll do it again and again.

Explore the world. Or the neighbourhood.

Wear bright pink lipstick every single day. All fired up is my favourite one.

Sit in the sun and do nothing but hug each other.

Drink anything iced. When we take a break hugging each other, because we have to hydrate ourselves when we sit in the sun.

Read travel books. Too bad they don’t count in my read 2016 project.

Dip my feet in the ocean (“Which one?” is a good question!) for the first time in 2016.

Walk to work and back home. No bus card for this lady this semester.

Sort out my finances. Because responsible adults do that from time to time.

Take a photo a day in May. With or without a prop. I haven’t decided yet.

 

There you go. My itty bitty small spring list. I think I can do it. What’s in your list?

ps. Bonus item: I would really like to get a dog and name it “cat”. However, it’s not a realistic option for the near future. So, if you’re in need for a very confusing dog name, be my guest. Just let me know. That would make me very happy.