In no particular order:
- Catch a concert in Tokyo Dome. Whatever concert. I just want to be in the place. I’ve watched so many concert DVDs filmed at the Dome it’s a flaming shame if I don’t get to experience it at least once. Khoo was trying to convince me to go to a U2 concert the next time they are in Japan. Say no more. DONE!
- Go to E3 (Electronic Entertainment Exposition) in LA or wherever it’s held. It’s an invitation only event so go figure how I am going to get one.
- Failing the above, go to E for All (Entertainment for All Expo) in LA, the sort-of successor of the previously open-for-all E3. Honestly, I am trying to shoot for this in 2009 so if you notice a marked improvement in my not-buying-any-shoes spending pattern, E for All is to be blamed.
- Buy a Martin. And a Taylor. Ok, this doesn’t really qualify as things that I want to do, but it’s high on my things to buy list.
- Learn to speak Japanese. Dammit. I keep on telling myself I will do this every year and I never do.
- Go to Marrakech for a holiday. For the longest time, I have wanted to go to Morocco for a holiday. It holds a strange fascination that I cannot explain.
- Spend a totally hedonistic, self-gratifying (not in a perverse kind on way so take your mind out of the gutter you sick b*stard), pleasure-seeking weekend at the Glastonbury Festival.
- Catch a U2 concert (if it’s in the Tokyo Dome, even better!). I can’t remember the first time I heard “With or Without You” but I remember I had goosebumps. I watched the old music video the other day and I had goosebumps again. And also, to please Mr Khoo since he’s been so nice to me. *bodek sikit*
- Learn how to bake and whip the perfect butter cream icing for cupcakes. If you know me, you will know how important this skill is to my survival.
- Stay up til dawn to watch the Aurora Borealis. For some strange reason, there is a specific someone that pops to my mind that I want to do this with but that person will remain unnamed at this point.
What’s on your 10-things to do list?
With or Without You ‘Live’ by U2