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Jun. 16th, 2006 | 04:51 pm
location: work
mood: happy happy
music: the hum of the call center floor
posted by: chanpai in chananddamon

Things to do before my one year anniversary, broken down in monthly goals:
Month 1: Go to the gym everyday (I am over the flu, and I being tomorrow on a Saturday because I am a glutton for punishment)
Month 2: Stick to my daily and weekly cleaning schedule (cleanliness is next to godliness)
Month 3: Wear make-up every day (I can look like a girl!)
Month 4: Stop wearing boys clothes every day
Month 5: Eat a balanced diet on a regular basis (no more of this "go out seven times a week" nonsense)
Month 6: Cook for myself. Actually cook. Without burning the house down.
Month 7: Read everyday. Books on tape count (and I can incorporate this into the gym)
Month 8: Make some success with that whole college-thing I've been trying to do.
Month 9: Start taking yoga!
Month 10: Fit into all of my old clohtes (from the size 8 era, not the size 6 era)
Month 11: Complete a knitting project once a week (there is only one way I will get better)
Month 12: Get 7 hours of sleep every night.

Some of these things may seem a little subservient, but from what I have learned so far, I love being a wife. And if my weddign taught me anything, I love being a girl. I want to take care of my husband as well as he takes care of me. Most importantly, I want to take care of me as well as my husband does. I have already (mostly) quit smoking. It's hard, and I've been eating like a fiend, but that's why I decided to start going to the gym.

About all that, it is unfair for me to be anything else than in tip-top shape for my husband. First, it is my husband's job to make sure he doesn't commit infidelity, but it is my job to make sure he doesn't want to. Secondly, the better of shape you're in, the easier childbirth his (though we don't plan on having kids for at lest five years, I might as well begin the prep work now). And I don't want anything to happen to me. Sure, I have life insurance, but why make it pay out at 25? I want to live a long, wonderful life with my husband.

And, I want my damn house clean.

On one other note, I am superbride. My thank you cards are done.

Coming soon: photos

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