howdy, little ducky here!
this challenge may sound redundant, if you’ve been following along. think of it as another chance to use your number stickers!
statistics – a collection of quantitative data.
I’m tempted to just stop here, and let you interpret it however you want. but I’ll go ahead and write out some ideas to get you started. (if you already know what you’re going to do, stop reading right now and get busy!)
I got the idea when I was looking at my weight loss tracking sheet that hangs on my mirror (by the way, I haven’t lost any weight for over a year but I’m keeping track). I was thinking about all the numbers I keep track of: my son’s height & weight, my own weight (darn it, my height just won’t change), the price of gas, the price of gas compared to the price of milk, car mileage before next oil change, and so on.
you might find this is a good time to compare something, then/now, before/after — how much did your baby weigh and how much does she weigh now? how old were your parents when they had you, and how old were you when you had your child?
maybe you just want to document stuff in your life — how many song files are in your digital music library? how many photos do you take a month? how many minutes do you use on your cell phone? how many miles do you drive each day? how many baseball hats does your husband have? (and how many of them does he actually wear?)
or how about some goal you’re working on — weight loss, running, budget (heh, scrapbooking budget? what’s that?), or a countdown to something else — how many days left of summer vacation, until a wedding, a birthday, an anniversary?
you get the idea. think of the numbers in your life.