When she told me how much it was, I almost choked. I mean, it’s sterling silver, not solid gold with the crown jewels in it. When I asked her why?, she said, “Having a real Tiffany’s bracelet has always been on my bucket list.”
And I got to thinking about my bucket list…or lack of one. Coincidentally, on the news this morning they reported on this Boy Scout, Patrick Barnsley, who’d earned every scout merit badge there is. One presumes, another bucket list in action.
Then, I checked my blog…and low and behold exactly a year ago today, I was thinking about starting my own bucket list! https://readmoore.com/bucket-list/
A whole year has passed, and I’ve not done a thing on it except be certain that I’ll probably never see the pyramids in person.
Today, I vow to put at least 10 items on a list. I have no idea what they’ll be, but I’m going to create my own bucket list, things I need to do before I die. After all, if they aren’t written down, aren’t made a priority, they have little chance of happening.
I found this website http://www.bucketlist.net/ and actually created an account. So far, I have 1. Create a bucket list. And 2. Achieve my goal weight.
I turn 50 this year…life isn’t getting any longer. It’s time.