Summer weather is coming so I'm thinking about concerts at the Zoo & relaxed outdoor venues. I also enjoy casual BBQ type get togethers with family and friends.
In the fall and winter going to see a museum, play or concert can be fun. Or sometimes just dressing up for no reason at all and going out for a nice dinner. I also like simple things like to get cozy and watch a movie, read a good book, knit or sew (getting ready for Christmas), playing board games with family, baking and make those simmer all day on the stove kind of meals.
Spring is about getting back out in the fresh air, watching as everything starts to grow and bloom. Going to a Nursery, Garden or Farmer's Market can be a fun outing. Or just going to the park, I never grow tired of watching my nephew run and play.
I think it's more about the company and making the most of each moment, than the specific activity. Cooking a meal together/hanging out in the kitchen, listening to music and maybe dancing a little with you could be a really fun evening.
I enjoy travel and would like to do more, I've been to San Diego, Las Vegas, several places in Florida, Chicago, New York, Boston, Montreal, Hawaii, a Caribbean Cruise and Peru.
Things I've liked in the past and have not done in quite awhile, but would like to try again: A weekend matinee, live theater and concerts (rock & roll or symphonic) - not sure if I can sit that long anymore, but would like to try. In the past I enjoyed things like art galleries, museums and libraries, or strolling through Japanese Gardens, Washington Park, or Pittock Mansion, as well as a long drives or a hike & picnic in a scenic location - not sure how far I can walk now - we'd have to try it and see. (I seem to do a little better when the weather is stable.) Gardening. Home Improvement projects.
I try to eat healthy - but have slipped a little with the crazy work schedule. I do exercise, but should do more. Would like to get a better balance of work/life. Maybe I could do something fun with you?
creative outlet like knitting, sewing, music