Nope, no I haven't. At least I haven't written anything down, made any lists, or even seriously had any specific thoughts about it. They say it is much harder to achieve your goals if you don't have a plan to guide you. During my nursing career, making Care Plans was a big deal...we would identify the problem/symptom and then come up with the intervention and create short term and long term goals so that we could assess whether or not our intervention had been successful. Truthfully, they were a pain to do! I was a much more intuitive kind of caregiver than a rigidly organized one aaaaand that is probably still my style with just about everything. I like following my
This is going to be one crazy year for me: 2020 is "Wedding Year" and the planning is already in full swing. Our daughter is getting married to a wonderful guy in the fall and we couldn't be happier! So I guess one of my goals is to be a supportive mom and help in any way I can without being annoying. (I wonder how I'm going to assess for that?)
an art-related trip in May to the Plein Air Convention in Denver! It's taking place just a couple miles from our son's apartment so I will get to see him as well, which is awesome. This is the first time attending for me and I've heard it's a dawn to dusk, non-stop painting experience...lots of fantastic speakers, demos, paint-outs, and camaraderie...and I'm both so excited and already exhausted. Here's a goal: blog about it! I probably can do that.