Bucket List

Someone recently asked me to make a bucket list.  I had never done this before, and I haven’t really stopped thinking about it since.  (In case you don’t know, a bucket list is a list of things you want to do before you kick the bucket.)

Here’s the start of my list:

Visit Hell’s Kitchen during a dinner service
Be a tornado chaser just once.
Climb a 14k mountain again
Visit Washington DC
Visit Mt. Rushmore
Take a cruise
Finish Mom’s quilts
Visit the Paris Opera House and the Globe Theatre.
Be organized and be able to craft something at least once a day
See the Pacific Ocean.
Drive on a NASCAR speedway really fast, just once.
Bike across America.
Travel across Europe.
Get a tattoo
Go to Disney World without the kids

[edited on 10/25/2015]

Today, during our Bible study, the question was asked, “What would your bucket list look like if God made it?”  This will take some time to process, but here is what I can think of so far.

Become a missionary in Africa or India or China or Russia or somewhere
Live smaller to give more.
Become a foster parent through the state.


2 thoughts on “Bucket List

  1. Hey, the foster program is great and lots of people are needed I am so glad that both adoption and foster are on your list. I have known for a very long time that G-d wants me to adopt that somewhere there is a child that he has connected to my heart, that will not be born in the waters of my womb. 🙂


    • It’s funny that you posted today. I need to update my list. In a way, I’ve adopted “Princess.” She is a child of my heart. I don’t know that I can physically foster any other children. It’s something Dale and I have discussed before.



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