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Bucket List

Saturday, July 13, 2013

Today I made a bucket list. I printed it off on pretty paper and stuck it in the back of my 3 ring binder where I can see it. I thought I'd also share it here.

- Graduate from college
- Move to Colorado
- Become an Athletic Trainer
- Get a tattoo
- Take a photo everyday for a year
- Take Katie (my niece) on her senior trip in 3 years
- Go on a road trip
- Go on a cruise
- Take a trip to Canada
- Take a trip to England
- Go to the Harry Potter theme park
- Go to an Oilers game
- Go to an NHL playoff game
- See Craig Ferguson in person
- Go para-sailing
- Go scuba diving
- Rescue a husky
- Learn how to ice skate
- Complete NaNoWriMo
- Go to a writer's workshop
- Write a book
- Finish a marathon
- Reach my goal weight
- Build our own house
- Help run a dog rescue
- Give people a good reason to remember my name
- Leave a $100 tip
- Leave a note in a library book

What's on your bucket list?
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    Thats a pretty awesome list .. so awesome i think i'll post my own .
    1684 days ago
    An impressive list. I've done 4 things on your list: a marathon (3 times) and written 2 books and reaching my goal weight (but I didnt stay there...) and graduate from college...and I have to say that they all take persistence. Some of your bucket list items aren't so challenging as those. Some are even more challenging...

    The NaNoWriMo challlenge, however is only 30 days of writing (it takes a lot more to write a book) that sounds like a fun challenge. You go, girl! I would like to do that one, too. As well as get back to goal (and stay there!!!!)
    1711 days ago

    Comment edited on: 7/13/2013 3:09:27 PM
    YOU HAVE INSPIRED ME TO MAKE ONE emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon
    1711 days ago
    emoticon I don't have one, yet.
    1711 days ago
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