What do you have to look forward to?

@isasice (2015)
Iceland
November 7, 2006 10:25am CST
It can be anything, name something you are looking forward to in the future. Today, tomorrow, next year, 10 years from now... anything.
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@ausnikki (4055)
• Brisbane, Australia
22 Nov 06
My house - My house
I'm really looking forward to moving into my new house.It has been a long time coming!I'm having a house built and it has been a major struggle since I lost my job!Trying to pay rent and a mortgage is practically impossible.I have been told my house will be ready in about one month,so I will be in before Christmas,woohoo!!!
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@isasice (2015)
• Iceland
22 Nov 06
A new house is for sure something to look forward to! Hope it will be ready soon.
@isasice (2015)
• Iceland
22 Nov 06
A new house is for sure something to look forward to! Hope it will be ready soon.
@isasice (2015)
• Iceland
22 Nov 06
A new house is for sure something to look forward to! Hope it will be ready soon.
• Portugal
20 Nov 06
I´m looking forward to my 3 years old soon growing and trying to make some mentalities changes in my country. I want a better place for him to grow without global warming, a place where all can live happy ever after.
@isasice (2015)
• Iceland
20 Nov 06
That sounds nice. Someone once asked me this question when I was feeling down and it felt everything in this world was wrong. Then I realised I had so many things to look forward to and felt a lot better.
@isasice (2015)
• Iceland
20 Nov 06
That sounds nice. Someone once asked me this question when I was feeling down and it felt everything in this world was wrong. Then I realised I had so many things to look forward to and felt a lot better.
7 Nov 06
Baby Crying - Babies cry for all sorts of reasons as it is the only way they know how to communicate They may be tired, hungry, hot, cold, need a nappy change or just want a cuddle. When they crying continues for hours on end despite ruling out the above and a potential illness its commonly known as colic
I am really looking forward to my son growing up a little more so that he can stop being such a grumpy baby that cries all day and all night long and start enjoying his time here a little more! He is soooo miserable it's breaking my heart. I just want him to be happy!
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• United States
7 Nov 06
why is he so unhappy?
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@isasice (2015)
• Iceland
7 Nov 06
Aww I hope he'll feel better soon. Try not to let him feel that this upsets you and try to act happy around him. Force yourself to smile to him.
• India
23 Nov 06
the first thing I am lookig forward to is my vacations..its definately a rarety here..the second thing would be to finish my studies quickly and get a decent job..but then that would happen on its own pace..as nobody can control time..
@isasice (2015)
• Iceland
23 Nov 06
That is so true that only you are responsible for your studies. You have a whole life ahead of you to look forward to.
@usmcsgtwife (4997)
• United States
23 Nov 06
my husband coming home in a few months from Iraq
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@isasice (2015)
• Iceland
23 Nov 06
I can't imagine how hard it must be for the families of all those men and women who have been sent over there. I hope he comes home soon.
@rosebug23 (1909)
• Australia
23 Nov 06
singing carols - smilies singing carols
I have lot to look forward to up to Xmas the first being 13th DEC as my club only 9 members is holding Carols by Candlelight.We have been planning it for months booking singers, stage, sound equipment and so much more.The event is free for the community but has cost our club thousands and we have all worked very hard to raise this money we just hope that it all goes well on th night. there is no power where it is being held so we have to hire generators to run lights and all the equipment.On the 16th our club is having our Xmas party and this year we have a lot to celebrate as we have achieved so much this year and after all the work we have put into the carols night we can all heave a sigh of relief and relax.on 23rd DEC my 2 grandchildren are coming for Xmas and will be here for 3 days they leave on 27th so i have much to look forward to. I also have th fun of decorating the house for Christmas and that is one of my favourite things to do
@isasice (2015)
• Iceland
23 Nov 06
WOW there are some busy times ahead for you but I'm sure all the work is worth the effort. What kind of a club is that? We don't have carollers in Iceland unless you count a few groups that sing occasionlly on the main shopping streets. I always thought Christmas Carollers were so festive and wish they would come to my door at Christmas. Thank you for sharing, reading this almost puts me in the holiday spirit after being buried in numbers all morning.
@achilles7 (1277)
• India
22 Nov 06
I am waiting for my children's marriage.I can hand over my responsibilities and I can retire from life peacefully.Life is intersting becaue we have something to long for and we anxiously wait for it.
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@isasice (2015)
• Iceland
22 Nov 06
Yes, isn't life beautiful?
@pendragon (3352)
• United States
22 Nov 06
Living every day to the fullest,spending time with JCM, concerts, maybe being published, maybe another child.Thanks for the uplifting thread!
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@isasice (2015)
• Iceland
22 Nov 06
Hope all your wishes for the future come true. What is it you want to get published?
@heat2502 (764)
• United States
21 Nov 06
I am looking forward to getting marrried in december.
@isasice (2015)
• Iceland
21 Nov 06
Wow, that is something nice to look forward to! Congratulations!
• United States
20 Nov 06
I'm looking forward to getting out of debt. It will happen someday, hopefully soon!
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@isasice (2015)
• Iceland
20 Nov 06
I guess everyone would love that :)
@gabs8513 (48715)
• United Kingdom
20 Nov 06
I am, looking forward to moving sometime next year I am moving to the South and I can't wait
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@isasice (2015)
• Iceland
20 Nov 06
To the south of what? I have to move soon but I'm not looking forward to it, I hate packing lol.
• United States
20 Nov 06
Right now I am looking forward to Thanksgiving. I can't wait to spend the whole day with family...unfortunately we have to go to my boyfriend's side and then my side so we cannot really relax all day. But it will still be great!!! I love the holidays!
@isasice (2015)
• Iceland
20 Nov 06
I remember Thanksgiving was always fun when I lived in the US but Icelanders don't celebrate Thanksgiving so for me it will be just another day this year. Hope you have a lovely time with both your families.
@talisman (1308)
• United States
7 Nov 06
My business growing. Soon, I'll retire my husband and he'll be able to help with OUR business. After that, the two of us being able to travel like we've always wanted to, making our dreams come true.
@isasice (2015)
• Iceland
7 Nov 06
good luck to you, hope all your dreams come true
@narayan2006 (2955)
• India
7 Nov 06
I am looking forward to living a peaceful,yogic and spiritual life and devoting most part of my remaining lif in social and humanitarian works.
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@isasice (2015)
• Iceland
7 Nov 06
Sounds good.
@sunrisekn (1467)
• United States
7 Nov 06
I look forward to watching my son growing up. He is 7 months old and he amazes me more and more every day.
@isasice (2015)
• Iceland
7 Nov 06
:) You have something new to look forward to evey day :)
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@ChewySpree (1832)
• United States
7 Nov 06
Well, I am in my 4th month of pregnancy with my first child, so I am really looking forward to the birth next April. Then, of course, I'm looking forward to many years of raising a healthy, happy child (I hope!).
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@isasice (2015)
• Iceland
7 Nov 06
Congratulations! My birthday is in April, good choice! LOL. Good luck with your baby. You certainly have something to look forward to!
@brians (679)
• India
7 Nov 06
well I am planning to be the ceo of accenture ;)
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@isasice (2015)
• Iceland
7 Nov 06
Good luck to you!
• United States
7 Nov 06
Retiring
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@isasice (2015)
• Iceland
7 Nov 06
:) Good answer. I'm not sure I would be able to ever retire completely thouhg.
@ausnikki (4055)
• Brisbane, Australia
22 Nov 06
I'm really looking forward to moving into my new house.It has been a long time coming!I'm having a house built and it has been a major struggle since I lost my job!Trying to pay rent and a mortgage is practically impossible.I have been told my house will be ready in about one month,so I will be in before Christmas,woohoo!!!
@Asylum (48266)
• Manchester, England
26 Nov 06
Like many people I look forward to retirement. This was a condition that I never really considered until recently, but now that I am with the last 8 years it has become a very attractive thought. Most people find the vast change from working full time to not at all a little too much after a while. Of course nowadays with the internet offering plenty to occupy oneself I can not envisage that to be a problem.
@isasice (2015)
• Iceland
27 Nov 06
I still have to wait for about 30 years before I retire, unless of course I win the lottery and/or make all the millions I've been promised on the new moneymaking website I mentioned in another discussion.