{Giveaway} Not Done Yet Apparel

Carol April is giving away a studded water bottle, baseball cap, and a shirt of your choice from her line of inspirational apparel, Not Done Yet.  Enter to win by answering this question in the comments below: What are you looking forward to that you haven’t done yet?

FOF Carol April lost her friend Jenise to cancer in 2006. At her memorial, Jenise’s daughter spoke about her mother’s fight against cancer. She said that whenever people got too morose around her, Jenise would snap and say, “Give me a break, I’m not dead yet!”

“Not Dead Yet” evolved into “Not Done Yet,” and became the slogan of Carol’s company. “I started thinking about all that Jenise could have accomplished, which made me realize that our whole generation had more to give and to contribute,” says Carol. “I wasn’t ready to roll over and be dead, so, I started up this idea, and have been preaching it ever since.” Carol’s idea was to develop a line of apparel featuring the slogan “Not Done Yet.”

“We launched with just a couple of t-shirts,” says Carol. In 2008, she began selling her apparel at the California Governor’s Conference for Women, hosted by journalist Maria Schriver.   “Maria has extraordinary contacts and ties with speaker and journalists,” says Carol. “That’s when business started to pick up.  People would come back and tell me how much the messages on the shirts made a difference in their lives.”

A portion of all Not Done Yet sales go to three charities that are close to Carol’s heart–The The Noreen Fraser Foundation, Our House and The Alzheimer’s Association. “Noreen Fraser is a breast cancer survivor, and one of my closest friends,” says Carol, “The Noreen Fraser Foundation funds collaborative research for women’s cancers.” Our House is a local non-profit and non-denominational group support center that counsels children, teenagers, and adults through the grief of losing a loved one, a cause Carol empathizes with, since she lost her mother to cancer at age four. The Alzheimer’s Association is the largest private, nonprofit funder of Alzheimer’s research. “So many of the boomer generation can identify with taking care of parents who have Alzheimer’s, or knowing other friends whose parents who are suffering from it,” says Carol.

Since launching Not Done Yet in 2008, Carol’s inspirational apparel has reached thousands of people. “We do gift baskets and support other charities throughout the year,” says Carol. “You can’t start a business at my age and not feel like you don’t have to give back. I feel blessed in my life, and want to get our message out there!”

Enter to win apparel from Not Done Yet by answering this question in the comments below: What are you looking forward to that you haven’t you done yet?

One FOF will win. (See all our past winners, here.) (See official rules, here.) Contest closes November 15, 2012 at midnight E.S.T. Contest limited to residents of the continental U.S.

179 Responses to “{Giveaway} Not Done Yet Apparel”

  1. Elizabeth K says:

    I would love to travel to Europe and Africa.These are my dream vacations!

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  2. proud_mary53 says:

    I want to make cancer awareness and annual check ups for women. My mother passed from this horrible condition, my sister passed this past June, from pancreatic cancer. I urge all women who may read this comment to get to your doctor. Regardless of no changes in your health. Make a point to have annual test, don’t skip because last year test were fine, or you feel fine. There are little to no symptoms to most cancers until it is to late. I will never be done with urgency to womens health. Thank you all and good luck.

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  3. Jane Immel says:

    Seeing grandchildren’s weddings, diving the Great Barrier Reef…visiting Greece…there is so much left to do!

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  4. sharon says:

    retiring and traveling

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  5. lisa mcfarland says:

    touring the new england coast

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  6. Merri Matalon says:

    I am looking forward to winning one of your contests and trying a product!

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  7. Laura Emerson says:

    I am looking forward to a honeymoon that has had to wait for over 30 years. Next year we are finally going to take one!
    lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot com

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  8. Christian Alejandro N. says:

    Traveling! I haven’t traveled much at all in my life because of economic troubles, but I think I may get some great trips soon!>

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  9. Beverly M says:

    Going to SC to visit my daughter and her family. Thanks for this contest!

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  10. janet says:

    looking forward 2 attending a sweepstakes convention someday

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  11. Junko says:

    Retire for real!!

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  12. Kakkie60 says:

    I am looking forward to watching my grandkids grow and meet my great grandchildren just as my mother has been able to do. Family is SO important to me. As a child, I was one of 6 children ,yet the ONLY one who wrote regularly to my aunts, uncles, cousins, and grandparents. Family and friends are important for a longer , healthier life.

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  13. kathy pease says:

    im looking forward to being a gramma later down the road

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  14. Chrissy Nestor says:

    Traveling abroad!

    chrissylea1979 (at)gmail(dot) com

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  15. ouida stokes says:

    im looking forward to retirement with my husband and no kids at home.

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  16. Belinda says:

    Definitely “not done yet”! Bring it!

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  17. Sarah says:

    I am looking forward to surfing lessons.

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  18. Queen Karen says:

    Writing a book about having a positive attitude, tentatively titled “Can’t and Can – T Stands for ATTitude”. I’m collecting submissions from around the country, from people of all professions, ages and locations, who fill out this sentence:
    “I can’t ____________, but I can ________________”. I hope to publish this book in Spring 2013 and include hundreds of submissions. The book’s goal is to help readers focus on what they CAN do, not what they CAN’T. I’m profoundly hearing impaired and while I CAN’T hear music well, I CAN dance to it!

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  19. KAREN COGBURN says:

    Want to take a 2 week cruise to Greece

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  20. Karen says:

    Looking forward to going to Ireland. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  21. Cassandra M says:

    I would love to see the western half of the us

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  22. Jackee says:

    Traveling to Costa Rica

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  23. debbi says:

    I am still planning to live abroad and start my own business..

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  24. corrie says:

    looking forward to having some kids one day.

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  25. Pam says:

    I am looking forward to retiring and moving to an area with a warmer climate.

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  26. Amanda Hayhurst says:

    I want to sing on stage and hear the excitement and roar of a crowd.. I have always had a love of singing but never the guts to do it… I’m running out of time.. But I WILL do it!

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  27. Melanie Montgomery says:

    Looking forward to grandkids!

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  28. Christine says:

    Looking forward to a trip to Italy

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  29. Liza Glick says:

    Love to get to Paris!

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  30. Mary A says:

    Looking forward to making more time for me! Time to take long walks in the woods, time to read a book and actually finish it. Time to take a date with my husband, time to have a massage, time to take that yoga class that I have been longing to try.

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  31. bcline says:

    I would love to go back to school for Art. Inspiration on all levels would totally fullfil all needs.

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  32. IntoTheMist says:

    Seeing the beginning of the story, I would rather focus on commenting about the words. What I have not done yet is speak out for someone who is being told she is faking having ovarian tumors and other health issues by another women. I have known this person for decades and know what she has gone through. I wish I had a tee shirt that said exactly that to send to her. It especially is crazy because I would never support a person who would lie about something when cancer goes on in both my friend’s family, my family, and others who were around me. My own struggle is different ,but the saying goes for a lot of people. “Not Done Yet” and maybe just beginning.

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  33. JMeidel says:

    I would like to go to Hawaii and see a white and black beach, maybe watch the whales…

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  34. cheryl f says:

    Looking foward to finally taking a week long beach vacation alone with my hubby.

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  35. janet lindsey says:

    GOING OUT OF TOWN FOR VACATION

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  36. KAREN COGBURN says:

    I look forward to taking trips to the coast.

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  37. renee walters says:

    I am looking forward to learning to snow board this Christmas. I always wanted to try it. Thanks!

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  38. penny penhallow 58 says:

    I would like to run a marathon while my knees are still working.

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  39. MGABBYB says:

    A visit to the Grand Canyon…

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  40. Eliza Day says:

    Going to London….

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  41. AnnaLeaf says:

    I am looking forward to Kayaking the Colorado River.

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  42. Karen Gonyea says:

    Sky Diving 🙂

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  43. KAREN COGBURN says:

    Looking forward to cooking from scratch with fresh veggies from garden

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  44. Faye Harvin says:

    Looking forward to completing my masters certificate program!!!!

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  45. tarheel4ever says:

    The only country I’ve been to besides the USA is the Bahamas and I’d really like to see more this world I live in. 🙂

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  46. KAREN COGBURN says:

    Looking forward to gardening

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  47. Dorothy Campbell says:

    I have always dreamed of going to Tuscany!

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  48. babelangan55 says:

    I’m looking forward to retirement & traveling around the world with my husband. At the age of 53 I started a new business with a 5 year plan towards retirement. (Don’t want to work past the age of 60!) Due to the economic downturn and the housing market crash (Our business supports homebuilding business), our 5 year plan turned into an 8 year plan. Now we are doing very well and on our way to that dream of travel. So much to see over in Europe & other continents (country’s) we want to see as much as possible.

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  49. Linda Letto says:

    So cool !!

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  50. KAREN COGBURN says:

    Looking forward to sleeping in & relaxing

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  51. quilligan says:

    I look forward to the day my Asperger son can stand on his own two feet and feel that he can survive this world on his own.

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  52. joyzkim says:

    Looking forward to being an empty nester when my only daugter goes off to college next year

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  53. yyoerger says:

    More travel, both inward and outward journeys. Places yet to visit: Alaska, Grand Canyon in the U.S.; Denmark and Czechoslovakia for new countries. Internal journey: get better at meditating and clearing my mind of needless clutter.

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  54. Lynne Z says:

    I am looking forward to my first visit to Ireland…

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  55. Pam B says:

    Trip of a lifetime….Greece, Rome cruise! My husband I have been dreaming of this for 15 years. Married very young and had no honeymoon. This would be our ‘honeymoon’ when the kids are all grown!

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  56. KAREN COGBURN says:

    Looking forward to reading many books I have on my list.

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  57. Maureen O'Neal says:

    Oh, LOTS of things, FINISHING COLLEGE, travelling,helping the people of the world, just TONS of stuff!

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  58. kay wolter says:

    My Mother was 49 when She died and I was 19 Life is short……I need money to do what I want but I have an amazing Husband of 25 years and a teenage Son…they are the best…

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  59. Nancy M says:

    Going back to college or some type of schooling. I think it’s so important to keep your mind active and engaged.

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  60. Sandi Pressley says:

    I am really looking forward to retirement which will give me time to pursue my hobbies , travel extensively and spend more time with the grandkids!

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  61. Debra Hall says:

    a trip to Alaska always want to go there

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  62. elizabeth says:

    I would love to do more traveling with my husband. We have not been able to afford to do much traveling.

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  63. ladyminer1217 says:

    I am looking forward to so many things now that I am newly single, and starting a new life by myself.
    I intend to learn a new language (French and Spanish), live abroad for a year or two and spend time discovering me!
    I went from my fathers house to my husbands house and spent my life adhering to their ways and wishes. Now it is my turn.
    My two wonderful boys and their wives are behind me 100% and give me so much confidence.
    Look out LIFE, HERE I COME.
    Elaine

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  64. bpazda says:

    I have always hated my crooked bottom teeth. My top teeth are alright but not the bottoms. When I talk I am very self aware of it. I plan on getting them straightened. Then I will have amillion dollar smile

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  65. Anne McIntosh says:

    I’m looking forward to living to be 100+ and still be sharp and active. I just accomplished a visit to my Grandmother’s birth town in North Carolina (something I had wanted to do forever!), and I have become a part-time nanny to a 2 month-old baby boy! At my age (70), I still have a lot of living to do, and I’m accomplishing it one step at a time!

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  66. Marla says:

    For just my husband and I to take a vacation in Colorado. I love the mountains and he loves the hiking trails.

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  67. gramdoll55 says:

    I have nice dreams proving I am definitely NOT DONE YET Carol, I travel in a nice, comfy motor home to each State, meeting everyday, joyful people and visit their National monuments. Everyday I share the glorious, adventurous moments with Facebook, Twitter & Pinterest and save the flying to Hawaii for last to rest up by visiting with my son and his family…Oh No, DARN IT, I just woke up !!

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  68. KAREN COGBURN says:

    Looking forward to spending time with my grandchildren.

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  69. Jewel Hopson says:

    After I have my novel edited, I’m looking forward to it being accepted by a traditional publisher. Then it will be easier for me to get the next novel in the book stores.

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  70. lindawwww says:

    Go on an around-the-world cruise.

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  71. Sherry Fraser says:

    I want to do a lot of traveling. I wasn’t able to do it while younger and want to make up for it now. Saving for a trip to the Galapagos Islands now.

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  72. Debra Barber says:

    I would love to see the Grand Canyon!!!

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  73. Christine Norman says:

    Travel and spend more time with my husband. We love to hike and bike and want to do lots more in other states.

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  74. leo39 says:

    I mast be so unoriginal, but I hope to be able to travel and see different parts of the world and learn different cultures.

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  75. Laura Rossiter says:

    Take a road trip, bringing my bike and cycling while taking in all the scenic beauty our wonderful country has to offer.
    Love to one day hike the Appalachian Trail, from Georgia all the way to Maine.
    With my first Grandson due in March, my wish is to share my love of the outdoors and nature with him, hiking, biking, swimming and my 1st love, horseback riding. I hope to inspire him to be all he can be, never settle, follow his dreams. Go after it, truly live life and never forget: It is about the journey.

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  76. Kai W. says:

    I want to learn how to fly a plane and helicopter. I always wanted to fly but never had the chance financially to learn to fly a plane and helicopter.

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  77. Diane says:

    A trip to Sleepy Hollow, NY. I’m a big Washington Irving fan!
    One of these days I’m going to get there.

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  78. Roz Rickman says:

    Looking forward to a “long hike” with my husband.
    Take time to look at ALL of nature and it’s beauty and wonderment.

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  79. Brenda Bratley says:

    I just turned 50 in July. The goal I’m working towards is being in a local bodybuilding competition here in Alaska, and I would like to run a half marathon next Summer. The sky is the limit! I quit smoking, drinking, laying around doing nothing 6 months ago and feel better than I did at 40, maybe even 35!

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  80. Nancy says:

    Love the message!

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  81. Jill says:

    starting a new chapter in my life, not worrying about what others think, going with my heart , life can be an adventure

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  82. lisa g says:

    renting a villa on a farm in Tuscany for a month and riding my bike to vineyard and farm markets.

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  83. Nikki says:

    I look forward to (and enjoy) watching my grandkids grow up. They are so full of life and I’m just very curious to see what they accomplish and how their personalities will mature. But I want them to do it slowly so I can enjoy every minute.

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  84. Kim Cage says:

    Looking forward to being able to see all my great-neices and nephew!!! Seeing pictures is not the same as being able to see them in person and hold them!!!!

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  85. Ruth Sklar says:

    This winter, my daughter and I are taking a trip to Morocco. I am excited about….riding a camel! I am a lover of cities. When my students would talk about hiking or hunting in the rather rural area, I would say, “Give me cement! Give me fumes!” Anybody who knows me will be absolutely shocked that I actually rode a camel and I will, I admit, also be shocked! But I must do it since it is on the top of my bucket list.

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  86. LindyBelle says:

    Moving to a much larger home where I can display, play with, and enjoy my huge and eclectic doll collection!

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  87. KAREN COGBURN says:

    I look forward to travelling with my husband when we retire.

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  88. Basya says:

    I want to see my son go to the college and succeed in life.

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  89. Basya says:

    I want to see my son go to the college and succeed

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  90. Basya says:

    I want to see my son go to the college and susceed

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  91. beth says:

    looking forward to spreading the word when people ask me about this tee, water bottle and hat!!

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  92. MaryAnn Pepe says:

    I would like to look forward to visit the Holy Land someday!

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  93. Georgiegirl says:

    Looking forward to traveling with my wonderful husband of 40 years after I retire and also looking forward to being a Grandma if and when my daughter desides to have children. I hope she doesn’t wait too long.

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  94. MaryAnn Pepe says:

    I am looking forward to travel the Holy Land in the future sometime!!

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  95. Bea K says:

    I am looking forward to living life at a sane pace–not being stressed by the hurry and busy-ness.

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  96. etsiketsi@aol.com says:

    Love the baseball cap! I wear them on my hikes all the time and wear them while at the pool. I love the color black and would like to wear the tee shirt paired with jeans!

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  97. Soledad says:

    I’m looking forward to finding a full-time job after 5 years of looking. Then when I’m able to save the money for it, I would like to travel to Ireland.

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  98. christy r. says:

    Hi,

    I look forward to spending time with my grandchildren, when they arrive !

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  99. Cheryl says:

    I look forward to being a grandmother and spending as much time as I can with them

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  100. velder dixon says:

    going to paris

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  101. bclaxton says:

    Once I retire I’m going to learn Spanish. I live in Southern CA and that would allow me to talk to a whole lot of people that currently I can’t.

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  102. jhendon60 says:

    I look forward to getting into shape and running in a 5k next spring.

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  103. Michele Oliver says:

    I am looking forward to wearing a bikini on the beach as I am getting into the best shape I have been in ever in life!

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  104. Yvette Jordan-Granberry says:

    I look forward to being able to travel to every continent..I’ve made 3 so far!. Travel makes you realize how beautiful the world is and how similar other cultures are to our own…that regardless of where you live or come from, we have very similar values for ourselves and our families. Not to leave out our own backyaerd, I want to see more of the US as well…for the same reasons.

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  105. Laura feist says:

    Travel to europe

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  106. Deborah Shade says:

    My father always wanted to go see the Grand Canyon. However, he passed away before getting the chance. My brother and I want to ride our Harley’s to Sturgis Bike Week and then go to the Grand Canyon before we are to old to.

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  107. Nancy Olson says:

    Having fun, and making a statement at the same time!

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  108. Mary Beth says:

    I’m looking forward to the college graduation of my oldest grandaughter.

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  109. Susan Siceloff says:

    Looking forward to be a grandmother! Some day, anyways

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  110. Barb Black says:

    I am looking forward to regaining my health and starting a new path in my life. At 48, I’ve come to realize that it is compassion, and not money, that is the most important gift we can share.

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  111. javierl22 says:

    Traveling and finding my mate..

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  112. javierl22 says:

    I have a list but top 2 are travelling and finally finding my mate…

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  113. Pat says:

    Enjoying my daughters as independent women living in their own homes now.

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  114. cathylwood says:

    Finish the cookbook I’m working on with a group of friends and then write (and sell) the Great American FOF novel.

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  115. Marsha Crain says:

    I look forward to seeing my son graduate college next year. It has been a long battle for him. He didn’t graduate high school but got his GED with high scores. And now he has a 4.0 average in college with only 1 semester left. And what is really great about this is he wants to be a teacher so he can help others who might fall into the same rut he did. I am so proud of him!!!

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  116. Barbara C says:

    would love this!

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  117. mandradany says:

    My parents recently just came to the US on their yearly visit to their children and families. 2 days after they arrived, my father got very sick and is now in rehab on slow recovery. It is not the vacation they anticipated with the storm after math and all, but they have never been separated. They always wanted to go on a pilgrimage trip to Israel or the Holy land. I wish I could fulfill their dreams and journey with them on that pilgrimage, one that I’ve never done before.

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  118. Ida says:

    Travel. Europe, Asia, anywhere in the world. I dream to have time and money to go with my family to see the world.

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  119. travelgirl says:

    Oh, where do I begin! I treat each and every day with respect, because each one is going to prove to me that I have so much more to learn, to experience, see and enjoy.
    I believe in living for the “here and now” and want to get the most out of my visit here on this wonderful, exciting earth. I consider my life a “vacation” of sorts, because I know that someday I will have to complete my circle of life.
    But for now – I am “not done yet” and there is so much more to see and do – like visit Germany, Switzerland, and many more countries, so I can learn even more about my fellow humans! My motto is “I can sleep when I am dead”, so for now, I carry on!

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  120. Cheryl Lee says:

    My husband and I moved to Texas from California for our retirement. We still have plans to build our dream home and to do some wonderful traveling all over the country and the world! Many miles to go! We’re definitely not done yet!

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  121. Tammy Allen says:

    Living w/o worry and enjoying my life totally.

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  122. Jerrilynn Atherton says:

    I want to travel to Ireland. It’s been on my bucket list forever and I’m still trying to get there!

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  123. Karen Cunningham says:

    A hot air balloon ride.

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    • Jill says:

      My husband and I did the hot air balloon ride many years ago, we had a very adventurious piolet was lots of fun glad we did!

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  124. Diana Crabtree says:

    Sailing my own boat through the Caribbean.

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  125. Janet Tyrrell Keyser says:

    I am looking forward to being a grandma and seeing my daughters get married!

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  126. Margarida says:

    I am looking forward to achieving a full time job with benefits which will allow my husband to retire. At the same time I will spend quality time with my grand daughter!

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  127. bvolker says:

    I would love to travel thru Europe.

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  128. Kathy says:

    I look forward to teaching my grandchildren the wonders of nature, the science, the art, the math and the glory.

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  129. Sharon Sanders says:

    Always wanted to take my husband to the place of my birth so he could see it. St John’s nfld. Due to health and financial reasons we have not gone but hopefully things will change soon and we will be able to go.

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  130. Cindy says:

    After recently losing both of my parents within a year of each other, LIFE took a turn for me – it opened my eyes to what is important – the little moments suddenly become very large! I want to dance under the Eiffel Tower in Paris with my husband! I treasure every minute of every day because – we are “NOT DONE YET”!!

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  131. Leslie says:

    I would love to travel to Europe to see where my ancestors came from and then to Australia.

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  132. Susie says:

    After 8 years of caring for my husband who had ALS and my cancer diagnosis four years later, I am looking forward to traveling and just living my life to the fullest.

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  133. fabulous mimi says:

    fabulous! inspiritational! love it!

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  134. Carol says:

    I would love to go hiking in the Grand Canyon.

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  135. lora mcpherson says:

    I would love to see the grand canyon one day. i would love to see my son graduate college and marry a good christian girl.

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  136. Brenda says:

    I would love to learn how to swim. Living in Arizona where I can swim year round it has been a secret passion of mine. Both my parents were great swimmers, but I never went to camp or anywhere where I could learn to swim. Both my son and husband swim. That is something I would love to do.

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  137. Mari Perez says:

    Retire and take art lessons.

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  138. Jayne Moy says:

    I would love the chance to be a model, even though I am 59. I bet there are a lot of older women like me who would like to see women of our age modelling. We shouldn’t let the young push us out completely, we have a lot to give and to say its always good to be represented in advertising of all things. Don’t you think, we’re NOT DONE YET so move over you guys!

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  139. mimi says:

    I have never been outside this country and I would love to go to Europe someday. Or any other country for that matter.

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  140. Lisa Porter says:

    Through good times & bad. In sickness & in health. Often thought of as marriage vows ~ These also apply to loyal & devoted friends. We must always consider & never forget that friendships such as these are the greatest gifts that one woman can give to another. If we have just one friend as special as Carol April then we are surely blessed.
    I’m so inspired. Thank you FOF for sharing her story.
    Always,
    Lisa Porter

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  141. mary anne fields says:

    Number one on my list is to see the aurora borealis!

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  142. Barbara folkman says:

    I love your things!!! Hope I win!! I love surprises!!

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  143. Hotforfifty says:

    I am looking forward to cruising in the Caribbean on Christmas Day for the first time this year!

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  144. Diana says:

    I have worked my whole life and every vacation has been spent traveling to see family. Now that my kids are almost out of the house, I want to take a leave to do some service work in the US. I love that others travel to third world countries to help but I want my work to help those close to home. I’d love to do something that would enable those I work with to improve their lives once even after I am gone; you know the old give a fish vs. teach to fish thing. Although I like the rebuilding service options in the New Orleans area too.

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  145. Kathy Decicco says:

    Meeting L L Cool J is high on my bucket list!

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  146. Kim Irby says:

    I love it! “Not Done Yet” has always been my mantra! I’m not done yet as I am getting ready to retire, and pursue a career doing something that I love and will never tire of. That would be my art, to make things of beauty, ahhh! 🙂

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  147. Mia says:

    Travel to China.

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  148. hoppupp says:

    I haven’t been to Italy yet. Or to some ruins in Mexico. I haven’t been able to fly in a balloon yet. I am sure I could think of more…..

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  149. Jan says:

    I am looking forward to a cruise around the world with my husband!

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  150. Liz says:

    I want to travel all over our fine country! The US of A! Starting with my winter trip to Aspen Colorado!

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  151. 1955nurse says:

    We’d LOVE to go to Alsaka – maybe a cruise, but we’d also like to go to Denali, try some Salmon fishing & whale watching! LOVE this clothing line, thanks for the chance!!!

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  152. Becky says:

    Actually it would be falling in love with my soul mate.

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  153. SUSAN G says:

    I HAVE BEEN WAITING TO LIVE MY OWN LIFE!! NOT FOR MY KIDS…NOT FOR MY HUSBAND. I CAN’T WAIT TO TRAVEL AT A MOMENT’S NOTICE…TO FLY TO LONDON BECAUSE THEY HAD A GREAT FARE; TO STICK AROUND BECAUSE I FELT LIKE IT. BUT I WOULD INVITE MY HUSBAND…. HE DESERVES IT! 😉

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  154. Audrey Skinner says:

    I look forward to a chance to take a trip to Las Vegas, something I have always wanted to do.

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  155. pameladw says:

    I am looking forward to so many things I haven’t done yet! I have a long bucket list that includes traveling all over the world, becoming a grandmother some day (hopefully), and living a nice long long time!!

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  156. memetu says:

    I want to see motherhood through for my baby boys. I have already raised two wonderful daughters.

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  157. Patti Stern says:

    My most fulfilling prophecy would have to revolve around watching my children and their children grow up while I am still alive.My children are 15 years apart,so this would give me longevity while I enjoy their lives. I lost my Mother when she was young and I know that diamonds and furs or traveling to one more country would not do it for me….it is watching and enjoying years of family!

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  158. Cindi Decker says:

    I really want to go on a mission trip to Africa. I may have to wait a couple of years because my husband has cancer right now and I am caring for him and my mother has Alzheimers so I visit her every day too. But someday I will do that mission.

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  159. eddyrobey says:

    The Salzburg Music Festival, a Summer of Mozart

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  160. Sandra Scott says:

    I am looking forward to having a successful business that I just recently opened. At 52 I have just opened a small Boutique call River Run Girlz. I carry lots of Bling Jeans and other clothing and accesories and my target is getting every Lady over 20 and up to their 50’s and beyound wearing stylish clothing instead of run of the mill jeans and sweats.

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  161. patti lovecky says:

    Having grandchildren to cuddle. My kids are 30, 28, and 26, and The 28 yr old is getting married next year.
    All my friends who have grandchildren say it is the most amazing experiences there is. Because i have never had that experience i can’t fully appreciate what great joy is ahead for me.

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  162. deniseklay says:

    Looking to the future I am really looking forward to taking a trip alone and visiting a few new places. I like to travel with family but I want a new experience I am in the planning stages now.

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  163. Rosemary Simm says:

    My father was born and raised in Spain. He and my brother went together to visit family in 1978, but it was
    too late when I found out to get a passport and go along.
    I would love to go myself and see where my father lived and put together the stories I heard for years. I would ask my sister to go with me since she still remembers how to speck Spanish.

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  164. Patty says:

    Trip to Hawaii with my husband. Has been on our “Gotta do/Gotta go” list since we got married. Couldn’t afford it or do it for the last 10+ years, but our 15th anniversary is coming up in 2014 and I’m determined to do it this time….no more postponing it…..’cause life doesn’t wait for anyone!!!

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  165. ellen schull says:

    I haven’t tried to scuba dive yet, and would really like to take lessons and give it a try.

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  166. Angela K says:

    I haven’t traveled to Asia yet but I desperately want to!

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  167. gshep says:

    I want to travel on mission trips.

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  168. Carol K says:

    I am looking forward to watching my children graduate from college and start their independent lives, so that I can then enjoy the empty-nest life with my husband!

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  169. Rita King says:

    Very cute stuff!

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  170. a1nettie says:

    I am looking forward to go back to Thailand with my children. I went as a child and would like my children to experience the same as me. A fantastic wholesome time with family.

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  171. AJB says:

    Go on a vacation to Cape Cod.

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  172. Marguerite Krenek says:

    Something I haven’t done yet? I’ll be a new Grandmother in February, 2013 and couldn’t be more excited. A child will add a whole new dimension to our quiet life! Oh boy!

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  173. Arlene says:

    Do an assisted sky diving jump

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  174. Phoenix says:

    Moving out of the city.

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  175. Ann Russell says:

    Go to Hawaii and play golf on all the islands in between soaking up the sun and learning about the history and culture! My Fibromyalgia has put me on the sidelines for a while…but now things get done at a slower pace and I pick the most important things to do.

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  176. smfsprout says:

    I would love to go back to school and get an advanced degree. I wonder if they have FOF scholarships?

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  177. Nancy says:

    I’d love to go scuba diving…maybe when one of my books reaches best-seller status.

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  178. Fran says:

    Every year for the last 10 years after the kids had left our home and one coming back for a while, we have always wanted to go to Italy. Every year something comes up – weddings, job moves, and the latest – two bouts of cancer for my husband. We have another wedding in 2013 and then no exuse – italy here we come in 2014.

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