When I realized Spring Break was coming up, I resolved to make a list of all the things I’ve been planning to think about getting around to doing… so that I could maybe actually do some of them.* (*This presupposes that I will survive my mid-terms of course.)
Now I’m not unrealistic. I know full well that I probably won’t accomplish half the things on this list. To some extent, it’s a fantasy.
But it sure would be nice if I could…
*Scrape at least a few gigs off of my sadly over-burdened hard drive.
*Begin to take the first steps toward scratching the surface of catching up on my Bible reading plan (I seem to recall that was a New Year’s Resolution—in a word, haha).
*Clean my room. No, really, clean my room!
*Record some cover tunes, including “Bridge Over Troubled Water” which I’d really like to self-produce because it’s so fun to play and not too difficult.
*Finish one of my several music video projects that are sitting on my computer in various stages of incompletion.
*Take the shrink-wrap off of that Ronald Reagan movie I got for my birthday and actually watch it.
*Take the shrink-wrap off that CD I got for Christmas and actually listen to it.
*Write some southern gospel album reviews. I think I used to do those once upon a time, in a galaxy far, far away.
Oh yes, and…
*Watch and savor Simon & Garfunkel’s Concert in Central Park all the way through, in one sitting. I’ve seen bits and pieces, but I want the whole experience, from beginning to end. Fortunately some kind soul has put it on Youtube in segments. What a night. Two Jewish dudes + one 12-string = magic.
So what do you think? Too ambitious? Not ambitious enough?