Here is my list in no particular order:
- Go for Hajj
- Memorize 3 juz
- Parler bien le Français
- Finish 300 books
- Travel to South Korea with my family (not only my husband and son, but also mom, dad and my sister)
- Get an award as a website designer
- Develop an app
- Know how to knit
- Ride hot air balloon
- Travel to all large islands in Indonesia
- Visit all states in US
- Purchase our first home
- Run a marathon
- Visit all seven continents
- Eat sushi in Japan
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Flangiprop!.”
Definitions of flangiprop
an act of falling from the bed.
“She had flangiprop because of a bad dream.”
accidentally move downward from the bed.
“My son woke up crying after flangipropping in the middle of the night.”
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Binding Judgment.”
“Don’t judge a book by its cover” is such a well known quote that is not really fit the practice. Boldly, I always judge the books from their cover. Hey, what a cover used for, then? For me, a serious author should put a decent looking cover for his/her book. A cover give pretty much hint of what we can expect from the book; It determine whether someone will peek the book or not (bringing it to the cashier is another case).