Friday, July 11, 2014

#5Things -The Bucket List

July Blogging Challenge-Day 11

Happy Free Slurpee Day!  

For those of you who don't know what that is, its a frozen ice sold at convenience stores called 7-Eleven. So every 7/11 they give away a free Slurpee to each customer.  I got a tasty lemonade flavor and it made my summer.  There is one right down the street from my house and when I was pregnant with my son I craved Coke Slurpees and walked there every single day and got one!

Taking a cue from @druinok, I am also going to blog today about my Bucket List.  This should be pretty interesting for me at least since I've never really thought about what that exactly is!  I am probably not going to put them in any order just as they come to me.

#1-Go cross country skiing.  This is almost a joke in my family because for probably the last 20 years I've been saying I want to do this and just never do.  No reason, other than maybe the expense, but I'm sure if I put my mind to it I could at least try it out inexpensively.  Maybe the other reason is nobody wants to do it with me.  I've got to work on this one.

#2- Hike the entire Appalachian Trail.  I LOVE hiking, camping and nature.  I plan on doing this someday, at least in stages.  Maybe over a few years.  

#3-Get an RV and travel all over the USA.  Hmmm, I think I may be making our empty nest plan here...7 more years to go.

#4-I hate to say this but I do want to compete in bodybuilding one more time before I kick it.  Or maybe compete in a powerlifting contest.

#5-Cruise to Alaska.  Again, nature is my passion.  Whenever I want to go on a cruise, this is the only kind I can imagine and want to do.

I wonder if I did this correctly.  Is a bucket list supposed to be crazy things you want to do, or actually doable stuff?  My list might be too practical because I fully intend to do each of these things without question!

1 comment:

  1. I think it's a great list! A bucket list is what YOU make of it... what do YOU want to do before you "kick the bucket" :) I've had family members that took Alaskan cruises and the photos they take are breath-taking.