Bucket List

I have always been very goal oriented and love to day dream. A couple of years ago I wrote down this list and since then have added to it. There are so many things in the world that the Lord has created and I want to experience as much as possible! By publicly posting it I feel as though I will be even more encouraged to finish the list! (In case you were wondering, these are in no particular order!)

John 10:10 “…I have come that you may have life, and live it to the fullest.”

  1. Get married
  2. Attend the Kanakuk Institute
  3. Go sailing
  4. Go on an international mission trip (for longer than a week)
  5. Learn to play guitar
  6. Take Dancing lessons with my husband (all kinds of dancing, participated in Cotillions & learned ballroom dances, but don’t remember any of them really)
  7. Shoot a deer
  8. Sponsor a child
  9. Live in another country
  10. Go to Israel
  11. Take a photography class
  12. Create enough passive income so that I don’t have to work another day in my life.
  13. Learn French
  14. Carve a pumpkin with Husband (He told me that he has never done this!)
  15. Go deep sea fishing
  16. Make a bottle of wine
  17. Teach Husband to wakeboard
  18. Go snowboarding with Husband
  19. Take a cooking class with Husband
  20. Go to Disneyland with Husband
  21. Join/work for a non-profit organization
  22. Run a Half Marathon
  23. Visit Paris again
  24. Go to a Liverpool game
  25. Go Parasailing with Husband
  26. Stay in an over-the-water bungalow
  27. Spontaneously walk into the airport and randomly buy a same-day ticket to wherever looks appealing.
  28. Do the 3 day walk for Breast Cancer
  29. Fly in a hot air balloon
  30. Plant a large tree
  31. Own a home- outright
  32. Carve our names into a tree (with Husband)
  33. Go to the World Cup
  34. Work for KLife

What’s on your bucket list? Any fun suggestions?

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