Well, that deadline went whooshing by. :)
Just last week, my 1001 days were up to complete my 101 tasks, and it has been an awesome experience. I'm a big fan of lists as it is, and to be able to look back over the list, and remember meeting the goals is a neat digital keepsake. Of course, tons of things didn't get done. I have yet to sew a dress or plant a tree, but several of the things I didn't get done were replaced by experiences I wouldn't replace. And the ones I did do were even better.
I didn't just graduate high school... I'm a month away from graduating university.
I didn't just apply to work at Pine Cove... I spent five intense, exhausting weeks as a Baby Ruth.
I didn't learn basic Latin... but I learned enough Classical Hebrew to read unedited Old Testament text.
I didn't read Brothers Karamazov... but I read Anna Karenina and 54+ other books.
Each of these experiences have a story with them. And even though my list has a 37% success rate, I'm going to do it again. Something I found was that, over time, my goals changed. And you know what? I was fine with that. I don't have to meet all of my goals, but at least I can try, right? This list has been a trial run of sorts, to see what makes a good long term goal and what doesn't.
So stay posted. I'll be compiling a new list, and hopefully have it up before my graduation!