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Posted: 4/2/2013 9:46:51 AM
Visit a foreign country for a month.
Get a discreet tattoo.
Grow old with someone I love.


Your turn...

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Posted: 4/2/2013 10:13:07 AM
I don't have a bucket list because I find the most amazing things happen to you when you don't plan for them.


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Posted: 4/2/2013 10:25:20 AM
I'd like to visit Ireland sometime.

I don't see how people have the time/$ for bucket list things unless they are smaller and simpler.

I'd also like to travel cross country with DH.



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Posted: 4/2/2013 10:29:02 AM
While I appreciate the idea of a bucket list, I've never been an adventurous type person. That said, I would definately like to visit Europe for sure at some point. But in all honesty, I'd take sitting by myself at the end of a dock on Lake Okanagan watching a sunset over a whole lot more "exciting" experiences any day! Last weekend I napped in a hammock in the backyard with DS after we did our yardwork and it was heaven!

At this point, I really just want to be content with what I have and at the same time be open to new experiences that may come my way. But I wouldn't say I have any sort of list of things I feel I need to do. In a way it seems like if you just live an "ordinary" life it's not good enough.

ETA: Sorry to be a downer.


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Posted: 4/2/2013 10:36:13 AM
Travel - Taj Mahal and Machu Picchu are high on my list.

Ride bareback.

Speak a foreign language more fluently than I can currently.


That's enough for now....







Today, I will be colouring outside the lines.


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Posted: 4/2/2013 10:45:05 AM

In a way it seems like if you just live an "ordinary" life it's not good enough.


I get what you're saying and I agree, sometimes the simplest moments can give the greatest pleasure, but I don't think it hurts to have aims and wishes too get 'more' out of life, along side the appreciation of everyday life.

Perhaps it depends on 'where you are' in your life sometimes







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Posted: 4/2/2013 10:57:25 AM
A one horse open sleigh ride....coming from a person who loathes winter!

This winter we actually had enough snow so I eagerly called the gentleman whom I found last winter. He had sold the sleighs I haven't found anyone within a 3-5 hour radius offering sleigh rides.

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Posted: 4/2/2013 11:09:13 AM

I don't think it hurts to have aims and wishes too get 'more' out of life, along side the appreciation of everyday life.
I think leaving yourself open to experiences is key.

Last year, DH and I took our youngest DS to Sweden. Our older DS was going there on a choir trip and we figured, hell, why not? Sweden wasn't even on my radar as a place to visit, let alone on any bucket list. And it was truly one of the best trips of our lives. The night before we flew out, we spent an evening with DS's host family. The logical thing would have been to spend the time packing and getting a good night sleep, but, why not? It just happened to be April 30th, the night of their big spring festival (Walpurgis) and we all jumped into a car and, again, on a whim headed to the biggest bonfire we'd ever seen. I guess my point is that, for me, the best experiences in life happen when you don't plan for them.



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Posted: 4/2/2013 11:11:14 AM
I think that can all be true, but I think the two things can co-exist.

And I love Sweden too, a wonderful and interesting country






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Posted: 4/2/2013 11:13:09 AM
There are lots of things I'd like to do, but I'm pretty sure most of them won't happen. So, I don't have a bucket list because I don't want to feel disappointed about my life. I've learned to take things as they come and enjoy the neat surprises and little pleasures. Maybe someday the bigger stuff will come along, but at this point, I'm not counting on it.



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Train a western pleasure show horse from start to finish/winning ribbons on a high level.

Train a barrel horse from start to finish that can outrun everything around here.

Be the clinician at a horsemanship clinic or horse fair-type venue.

Work at a guest ranch/dude ranch for a few weeks in the summer (once the kids have graduated hs and are no longer at home).


Go to Australia.

Go to Europe.


Work for 2 weeks at a restaurant doing every/all the jobs. (I already have a job, but I love the restaurant atmosphere and just want to sample it.)


Coach volleyball (lower level like middle school or junior high ) - might get a job this fall


Write a novel that gets published.


I need to live a long time.


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Posted: 4/2/2013 11:35:38 AM
Take a plane trip with a penguin! Seriously, lol. DH works for a major airline and every so often they transport penguins between zoos. They get their own seat just like any regular person and waddle up and down the aisles. Ever since I heard of this, I have been slightly obsessed with riding an airplane with a penguin. The most random bucket list item ever but it's been on my list for years!

My other is to visit Giraffe Manor in Nairobi. It's a sprawling historic estate with tons of roaming giraffes that will peek in your windows and hang out while you have breakfast. It's pricey but I definitely think we could swing it someday!


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Posted: 4/2/2013 11:51:51 AM
Definitely lots of traveling before I have kids.

Growing old with someone

And the list is longer but that's the top 2


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Posted: 4/2/2013 12:20:27 PM
At my age, 57, I have done allot of things that would be on the list for younger peas. But there are still several. To name a few..... Visit Alaska and Hawaii. Actually would like to see all 50 states, but not sure if that will be achieved. Have about 15 more.
Ride in a limo. Take a hot air balloon ride. Go to the Balloon Fiesta in NM. see my grandchildren as successful, married adults with children of their own.




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Posted: 4/2/2013 12:24:47 PM
*Visit Stonehenge
*get a dog bone with wings tattoo in memory of my Hercules
*See the Queen
*not have to worry about my future since XH left. Some days are just hard.


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Posted: 4/2/2013 12:25:12 PM
Mine are pretty simple. I live by the beach and *should* accomplish these in my lifetime.

See a seal in the wild.
Spot a whale.
Find a red piece of sea/beach glass. (i have over 500 pieces and not 1 stinkin' red one)
Find a sea/beach glass marble (see above )

My more exotic wishes are to
'Swim' in a ball pit, ala Sheldon on the Big Bang
Experience zero-gravity
and visit bora bora!

The ones I've checked off already are
finding an arrowhead
finding a perfect sand dollar (very rare on our beaches)
catching a striped bass from the beach, all by myself

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Posted: 4/2/2013 1:31:05 PM
A vacation


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Posted: 4/2/2013 1:32:16 PM
D. Twinkle - I'm with you, just a vacation would be good. Any vacation.

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Posted: 4/2/2013 1:32:30 PM
"My more exotic wishes are to
'Swim' in a ball pit, ala Sheldon on the Big Bang "

You can go to your local McDonald's and do this.
Its nasty though unless they've just cleaned the balks.
There is often poop and pee in those balls


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I dream of renting a house on the beach for at least a month. I want a week there by myself and the rest with friends and family.

So hoping I get to go bridal dress shopping when my ds's fiances get married someday. I have 3 boys so I don't have a daughter to go dress shopping with but hope someday I get invited to go dress shopping with one of them.

Pay off our home.

Feel good in a pair of jeans.

Run into a actor or actress just out of the blue that is crazy famous. Silly but it is something I would love to happen!









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Rent a house/cottage right on the beach for a month in the summer, and take walks every morning and evening. Beachcomb. Eat fresh seafood at local places.

Go to college. I regret never doing that, and I can't afford to at this point in my life.

Have my make-up and hair done by a professional and then have my photo taken professionally, so that I have pics of me looking beautiful & hot.






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Posted: 4/2/2013 6:42:07 PM

I think leaving yourself open to experiences is key.

Last year, DH and I took our youngest DS to Sweden. Our older DS was going there on a choir trip and we figured, hell, why not? Sweden wasn't even on my radar as a place to visit, let alone on any bucket list. And it was truly one of the best trips of our lives. The night before we flew out, we spent an evening with DS's host family. The logical thing would have been to spend the time packing and getting a good night sleep, but, why not? It just happened to be April 30th, the night of their big spring festival (Walpurgis) and we all jumped into a car and, again, on a whim headed to the biggest bonfire we'd ever seen. I guess my point is that, for me, the best experiences in life happen when you don't plan for them.


This sounds like an incredible experience. But, the thing is, not everyone has the money to spontaneously take a trip to Sweden without planning it for months or years in advance. Hence, the bucket list idea and the need to really think about it and plan. I wish I had the bank account to do things like that, but alas, I do not and never will. We will need to pick and choose those once-in-a-lifetime experiences and then budget for them.

I've only travelled to the US from Canada (and that was over 20 years ago now...), so travel to other countries and continents is definitely on my list! I also love flying, so I want to get up in every kind of thing I can that goes up in the air. So far, I've flown in a two-seater plane and I've also been in a glider. A hot air balloon ride is a must someday, and I'd love to experience a helicopter ride. I've also wanted to skydive since I was fourteen years old. Someday, that will happen...

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Posted: 4/2/2013 6:47:55 PM
I don't have a bucket list. I strive to live in the moment and appreciate all good things along the way.

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I don't have a bucket list but one day I hope to live on the ocean


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Posted: 4/2/2013 8:05:15 PM

Take a plane trip with a penguin! Seriously, lol. DH works for a major airline and every so often they transport penguins between zoos. They get their own seat just like any regular person and waddle up and down the aisles. Ever since I heard of this, I have been slightly obsessed with riding an airplane with a penguin.


I am NOW obsessed with this.

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Posted: 4/2/2013 8:15:49 PM
I really dislike the term "bucket list", therefore, I do not have one.

Unofficially though, I want to visit Egypt before I die. The pyramids won't feel "real" to me until I do. Like how the Statue of Liberty and Eiffel Tower weren't real before I saw them IRL.

I'm a list maker, but don't really make lists about these kinds of things, I guess. We usually come up with a goal, then make it happen. I don't really think past the current goal because it's completely consuming.



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Posted: 4/2/2013 8:24:58 PM
I have a bucket list and it keeps growing. First and foremost, I want to travel the world. By plane, by car and/or by sea. I don't care, I just want to see how other people live.

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Posted: 4/2/2013 8:27:52 PM
Visit the badlands and see Mt. Rushmore.

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Posted: 4/2/2013 9:48:17 PM
My granddaughter asked me this same question a couple of weeks ago. I told that I didn't really have a "bucket list", but told some of the things I would love to do. She told me I better win the lottery!!


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Posted: 4/2/2013 9:54:31 PM
Oh I thought of some more - I'd really like to go to Alaska and Yellowstone with my kids, and I'd like to go to Paris with dh.



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Me: ride a zip line, travel to Australia/New Zealand, see the Great Wall of China...

DH: see a European soccer game in person, search for Bigfoot & own a classic muscle car...
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I think we Peas need to charter a penguin flight!


The only thing I want to do is see the Aurora Borealis.


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Posted: 4/2/2013 10:05:37 PM
Show DD the world.

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Posted: 4/2/2013 10:12:11 PM
I absolutely believe you can have a list of things you really want to do or experience, AND be open to opportunities that are not on your list. Having a list doesn't mean that is all you intend to do in your life. And I also believe that the list can have low or no-cost things as well as "big ticket" items.

One of the things that was on mine was to sing in a choir - and last year I happened to be leafing through a give-away newspaper and there was an advert for a 6-week community choir in the evenings at a local high school. You bet I took the opportunity!

Another was "Spend all day in bed for no other reason than because I want to". Not something I could do while my children were young of course, but I have since done it. And it was fun - decadent and totally lazy; my DH even played along and brough me meals in bed. I have no wish to do it again really, but the luxury of just being able to do it was great.

I have done some of the major things too - seeing the Aurora Borealis, going to Pompeii, Venice and Rome.

One thing on my list I know that I am unlikely to actually achieve (unless I win lotto) - pay cash for a brand new car. I have never even owned a brand new car so paying cash isn't likely, especially as I love travelling so much (I put any "spare" momey aside into a bank account specially for travel). But I think it's ok to have dreams that you aren't likely to do.





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I want to do a Polar Bear Plunge. But I think I need a plunging buddy to keep my courage up and I don't know anyone who also wants to do one.


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Visit the tulip fields in The Netherlands, and visit Great Britain.





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Posted: 4/2/2013 10:41:27 PM
My granddaughter asked me this same question a couple of weeks ago. I told that I didn't really have a "bucket list", but told some of the things I would love to do. She told me I better win the lottery!!


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Posted: 4/2/2013 11:01:34 PM
My "practical" bucket list is to see both of my children grow up and be self sufficient or have a support system (one child has special needs so will always need a companion).

The top of my "for fun" bucket list is to visit South America and Antarctica. I want to have visited all of the continents and those are the only two I am missing.


Nancy

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Posted: 4/2/2013 11:57:23 PM
Travel to London and Paris.
Own a home with no neighbors anywhere around.
Go antique shopping with Tim Holtz(I have wanted to do this one for several years).
Meet Jeff Gordon and Phil Mickelson.

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Posted: 4/3/2013 12:55:45 AM
Go to Gallipoli on ANZAC Day for the 100 year anniversay in 2015. With a gazillion other Australians and New Zealanders I'm sure! I don't think it's going to happen though.
If not in 2015, then I want to do it one year.

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Posted: 4/3/2013 1:01:56 AM
I want to meet George W. Bush.

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Posted: 4/3/2013 1:16:26 AM
I don't have one.

Right now I have no wish to travel, because there is always somebody who can do it better, and they don't mind telling me how much better, and cheaper they did it.
I really hate when somebody tells me that they got the same hotel as I did for 1/2 price.


I could say that having my own still would be a bucket list item, but I am getting one of those.




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Posted: 4/3/2013 1:52:08 AM
I'd like to:

-go to New York
-take the kids to Disneyland
-take the Ghan in a my own sleeper cabin ( a train that goes up the Centre of Australia from Adelaide to Darwin)
-take some cake making courses

I've been to Gallipoli Meg, it was excellent. We had a Turkish tour guide that gave us a whole different perspective on the war.

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Posted: 4/3/2013 7:20:04 AM
It's still what it has always been: travel. I've never been out of the country (unless you don't count Canada because you know it's "attached" - I'm joking, it's a quote from a movie).

I'd love to visit Europe, my DH knows this. It will hopefully happen one day.
Something I said on Easter: I don't want a million dollars, I don't want a fancy car or live in a mansion. the only thing that makes me happy is being with my family and travel and traveling with my family (DH & kids).
So my bucket only has one word: travel

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Posted: 4/3/2013 7:40:30 AM

This sounds like an incredible experience. But, the thing is, not everyone has the money to spontaneously take a trip to Sweden without planning it for months or years in advance.
No, and I get that. But some of the best 'bucket list' things I've experienced were absolutely free.

Sometimes it's just a matter of throwing yourself at life and seeing what happens.


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Posted: 4/3/2013 8:39:37 AM
I don't have a bucket list. I don't want to get caught up in chasing a preset list of things to do.

For me, it seems like pressure.

I know for others it obviously is not.

It just is for me.




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Posted: 4/3/2013 8:42:57 AM

Visit the badlands and see Mt. Rushmore.



We were there 2 summers ago, the Badlands are one of the prettiest places I've been to.


on my bucket list is too travel across old Route 66 from Chicago to California... DH retires in 4 years (hopefully) and that is what we plan to do.


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Posted: 4/3/2013 8:44:46 AM
I don't have one but I would like to take my kids to Disney some day.


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Posted: 4/3/2013 9:29:59 AM
See the northern lights
Take my kids on my second honeymoon for my 15th anniversary (we did this two years ago)
Own my own home (will happen in a few short weeks)
Have a dog (not likely unless DH dies before I do lol)
Sing karaoke (did this one on my second honeymoon trip)
Finish my hand sewn Grandmother's Flower Garden Quilt
Go on a cruise (hopefully to Alaska and I can see the Northern Lights while there)
Be there for the birth of a grandchild (I have all boys so this is up to my future DILs)
Die before I have to be confined to a nursing home.


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Posted: 4/3/2013 9:32:35 AM
To drive the entire length of Rte. 66
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