First, I want to get a haircut. Then, after restrictions ease further in a few weeks' time, I will plan a trip to Wollongong to finally meet my nephew's new little boy.
All of us have a bucket list of sorts as we prepare for our post-lockdown Freedom Day tomorrow.
Stay-at-home orders were imposed on Bathurst on August 14 and while several surrounding council areas have been given a reprieve since then, Bathurstians have remained lockdown ever since.
That's 58 days without sending the kids to school, without browsing the shops in town, without eating out or having a beer at the pub, and 58 days without a haircut, a trip to the salon or going to the gym.
It's been an even longer haul for the millions of residents of Greater Sydney and surrounds who have ben locked down since June 26 and it's been particularly tough on those retail and hospitality workers whose livelihoods depend on customers coming through the door.
But now we've almost made it and, as vaccination rates continue to rise, we hope lockdowns can become a thing of the past.
The history books will recall 2020 as one of the toughest years on record for many Australians; 2021 has done its best to top even that.
But for all the disappointments, difficulties and strains the past two years have thrown at us, they have also taught us a lot about resilience and about understanding what really matters.
They ahave also taught us we can go eight weeks between haircuts if we have to - but that doesn't mean we have to like it.