A friend of mine posted a Bucket list item on Facebook. She wants to someday buy something from SkyMall. I love the simplicity of that request – it is not overly complicated, hard to accomplish, or a pipe dream. I am sure that SkyMall represents something to her. Some achievable goal that she is not quite at yet (as a college student).
So it got me thinking about what my bucket list would look like.
- I would like to sing a solo in a large theatre in front of an audience. – this is one that I don’t necessarily feel like I have to achieve…but I would like to.
- I would like to see Italy and Australia.
- I want to get married. I want to be married. I want to stay married.
- I would like to go to NYC for a weekend during the Christmas holidays to see the city decorated.
- I would like to take a road trip cross country.
- I want to buy my own house.
- I would like to not live paycheck to paycheck just once in my life.
- I want to lose a significant amount of weight.
- I want to rediscover the parts of my faith that I let slide.
- I want to see my niece and nephew grow up.
It’s pretty silly really. These are all things (most of them anyways) that I can control. Decisions I can make, or not make, that will make these things possible.