My “To-Buy Someday” List

March 26th, 2010 Posted in Uncategorized

This is the list I mentioned yesterday, of the things I’m going to do and buy when I have money again someday!

– New sneakers (in a pretty color!).

– All the itunes songs I want (that’s a separate two page list).

– New Airport router (the old one is so sloooooow).

– Take up the coat I inherited and make it a jacket.

– New winter hat (I’ve got one all picked out).

– Speakers for the tv (this should be at the top of the list, I long for really great sound for my tv).

– A kayak trip on the Shenandoah River (this is going to be a tricky one because I also have to find people to go with me).

– Repaint apartment (yes, I know the landlord is supposed to do this, but if I do it through him he will hire guys that will do a bad job and they’ll use cheap white paint only).

– Mobile file cart (for all the piles of files on my desk).

– Remede Sweep.

Don’t cry for me, not that anyone is, because I’m not starving or anything and I have a very nice life! Like a lot of other people I’m just at a period where I must be frugal. But I’m fine, really!!

This picture is from my recent Bronx haunted house expedition. I took this walking back to the subway stop that would take me home.

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  1. 5 Responses to “My “To-Buy Someday” List”

  2. By Karen (the one in North Carolina) on Mar 26, 2010

    Or come down to North Carolina and I’ll meet you for whitewater rafting on the Natahala (

  3. By Stacy Horn on Mar 26, 2010

    That looks like another great river to try!!

  4. By Rick Morin on Mar 26, 2010

    The Shenandoah has plenty of white-water rafting. Best to leave the white-water kayaking, though, to the pros – or be prepared for lots of instruction.

    Do you know that you have some very highly regarded kayak (“touring” AKA “sea kayaking”) instructors/tour/sales/rental outfits on the Hudson? Marshall at The River Connection Inc (Hyde Park) is a contributor to (enter daily for a chance to win a free kayak). Their site is:

    Or come to Chesapeake Bay. My son gives kayak lessons or tours of varying lengths, complete with stops at waterfront restaurants for lunch. Warning – kayaking can be addictive.

  5. By Stacy Horn on Mar 28, 2010

    I only went a few times and instantly instantly loved it.

  6. By nora on Mar 29, 2010

    Or how about a kayak tour to Newfoundland & Labrador? Whales & icebergs & puffins, oh my!

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