Is there anything on your Bucket List that you can now cross off because you've accomplished it?
A "bucket list" is a wishlist of things you want to do before the end of your life. These are things that generally require some doing, and may not be easy to complete, such as "climb Pike's Peak" or "have children."
In the past, I did a lot of traveling by myself. When I married ten years ago, my goal was to "introduce" my husband to New Orleans. That came true last year, as we explored the French Quarter. We don't have a formal Bucket List. We just make plans to travel at least twice a year to places we've never been to.
I want to say finding Christ was on my bucket list, but I'd say Christ found me. So being found by Christ is crossed off my bucket list. Funny thing is that wasn't the answer I was thinking of putting while I read the question, I'm not very religious.
I can cross off answering this question. Just kidding. Haven't thought about a bucket list yet. When I do, I'll make creating a list number one just so I can cross it off. Creates a sense of success.
I can cross one thing off my bucket list. This year my fiance and I went to Paris and spent a wonderful few days seeing all the sights. It was something that I always wanted to do, and have accomplished that now.
yep and just in time too! I rode a horse on the beach last March, one of the top of my bucket list, and broke my femur and pelvis in May - I'll never ride again, timing is everything, but I got to do it!
This might sound crazy, but there are two things that I would like to do before I die. I have accomplished one, "Go on a cruise'! I have always dreamed about the beautiful water, and went with my Husband on our honeymoon.
My second accomplishment was to jump out of a parachute! After having hurt my neck, years ago, jumping from a plane will never happen. My Husband helped me with part of my dream. In Cancun, he found a place for me to parachute, but not from a plane...a boat! A little boat had a fair-like looking seat for us to sit in; it looked like a miniture boat. We flew around the bay hoping not to break the rope. It was so quiet, like Heaven. He looked at me at the end of the ride and said, "That's as close as you will get to Parachuting!".
by dashingscorpio 3 years ago
Is there a real difference between having a "midlife crisis" and pursuing items on a "bucket list"?A 50 year old man who buys a Corvette is often accused of having a "midlife crisis". However in all honesty this may have been a dream of his since childhood and when he...
by Sammy 7 years ago
Do you have a bucket list?(a bucket list is a list of things to do before you die)
by shorty72 5 years ago
Do people have bucket list anymore or do we just live each day as it comes?
by jlastevens 7 years ago
What would be on your "bucket list" if you were told that you only have two weeks to live?
by Terrie Lynn 14 months ago
Do you have a bucket list? Why or why not?Can you list some of the things on your list and why you made one? Or if you don't have one please tell me why not? More places like this photo are on mine.
by Elizabeth Parker 5 years ago
Have you created a bucket list?
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