Thursday, 27 March 2014

52 Lists - Your Spring To-Do List

This week's prompt is to list your spring to-do list...


52 Lists - My Spring To-Do List


I've gone with the idea of spring being March, April and May and seem to have ended up with a to-do list that looks a bit like my weekly lists!



March
Visit the West Somerset Railway's Spring Steam Gala
Weekend holiday booked in Blue Anchor at the end of the month
Remember Andrew's godson's 4th bithday at the end of the month


April
 Plant seed potatoes
Sort out flowerbeds and back garden
Sign up for April's #blogclub (12th April)
Tickets booked for Jon Richardson at Weston Super Mare Playhouse on 1st
Remember B's birthday on 9th
Check to see what tickets are on sale for Edinburgh Fringe on 10th
Carnival club meeting on 13th
Remember to send off Selwood Steam Rally entry form by 18th
Holiday in North Wales over Easter
7th Wedding Anniversary on 21st!
Carnival club quiz night on 25th


May
Sort out hanging baskets for back garden
Barbeque at some point if the weather is warm enough?
Wedding evening do to attend on 3rd
Visitign Carters Steam Fair at Pinkney's Green (near Maidenhead) on 10th
Carnival club meeting on 11th
Check to see what tickets are on sale for Edinburgh Fringe on 13th
Tickets booked for Rich Hall at the Tobacco Factory Bristol on 14th
Andrew's birthday on 19th
Tickets booked for National Theatre Live performance at Frome's Merlin Theatre on 22nd
Selwood Steam Rally on 24th, 25th and 26th



What have you got planned for spring?
 

This post is part of Ema's (Made in Hunters) 52 Lists Project
For a full list of all the other lovely bloggy people taking part, visit Scarlett's site (WorkRestPlayLove) for a nosy!

10 comments:

  1. Sounds like a busy and cultural few months! My list is 1. Birthday. 2. Find new job. 3. Decide what to do with my hair. I haven't set a target date for 2 or 3 either :p xxx

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    1. Your list is eerily similar to mine! Ha :)

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    2. Pearl - I definitely think sping doesn't necessarily mean getting lots of things done - a lot of the things I'd like to do need good weather anyway! :-) x

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    3. Katie - Haha, well things like jobs can always wait anyway - I think a birthday is far more exciting! :-) xxx

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  2. What a fabulously busy couple of months!
    Mine includes so very much pre house move cleaning and also celebrating our 7th anniversary in May!
    M x Life Outside London

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    1. Gosh, I remember the pre-move cleaning and tidying well! The moving house bit is exciting but the clearing and sorting definitely isn't! Good luck with the move! :-) xx

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  3. We're hoping to buy a house and get all moved in a sorted so that'll probably revolve around sorting, packing, tidying, cleaning and no end of fun!

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    1. Ha, just like Michelle - the sorting out is probably the worst bit of the whole process! :-) x

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  4. My list is a whole lot less fun, and involves muchos decluttering, tidying and spending a ridiculous amount of time doing stuff for the PTA.

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    1. They do sound like very useful tasks though! One of the girls at work is involved with her school PTA and she always says about the amount of meetings and things that need doing - it definitely sounds like a lot of work! :-) xx

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