Friday, August 12, 2011

My Bucket List

I never really had a bucket list. The only thing I ever wanted to do was rodeo, and maybe one day qualify for the National Finals Rodeo. Well, owning a restaurant put an end to that dream, since I'd never be able to be on the road all year. This year, one of my biggies was accomplished, I got a covered arena to ride my horses in the winter. But things I'd like to do? I'm going to start my bucket list today.
1. Visit Italy
2. ...to be continued.

What's one (or more) things on your bucket list?

4 comments:

  1. 1. Own a Caribbean vacation home right on the beach!
    2. Visit Australia
    3. Take my husband to England and tour all things Beatles (he is the biggest Beatle geek on the planet.
    4. Win a big jackpot on a casino slot machine and watch all the lights go swirly!
    5.Swim free with Florida Manatees!

    I have to stop now or I'll be spending my whole day dreaming of the things I want to do! :)

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  2. You are much more adventurous than I am Amy. Other than the Manatees, I'm there!

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  3. I'm 55 years old, have two teenage sons (who are avid LARPers) and a Mom whose 87 and lives with me. I'm a caterer and writer who lost her hearing and some toes to Meningitis a year ago. The side effects have slowed me up a bit physically and financially, so, instead of actually doing these things...I am day dreaming about them. Here goes:

    1.) Go to Hawaii
    2.) Visit England and France (with a side trip to Ireland/Scotland if my boys come with for the whole castle and kings thing). Always wanted to visit the Louvre.
    3.) Become a published author!!!!
    4.) Hear music and conversation again
    5.) Visit the White House and tour the kitchen! Caterer in me can't believe they can cook that much food in 500+ square feet!
    6.) Make a difference in our country! Speak in front of Congress to make sweeping changes in our benefits for handicapped,aged and poor AMERICANS.

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  4. Wow, great list! I'd put hear music and conversation first. Must be difficult to learn to live without something you've had for so many years. Great that you have your boys to help you through. I LOVE #6

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