Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Bucket List - REVISED

100 Thing I Want to do Before I kick the bucket

1.Build a Home – and make it the house of my dreams
2.TRULY become an organized person.  I am working so hard on this right now.  I have purged so much junk and garbage.  It's feeling GREAT!
3.Complete in the Dirty Dash
4.Visit Ireland
5.Go fishing in Alaska
6.Record on a CD
7.Grow out my hair and then donate it to Locks of Love
8.Take the kids to Disneyland
9.Own a very nice camera
10.Go back to San Jose for a visit
11.Attend a couple of musicals on Broadway
12.Memorize The Living Christ
13.Complete my Personal Progress again and earn an honor bee or two
14.Read the Book of Mormon in 30 days
15.Eat a baguette and cheese under the Eiffel Tower
16.Open a pre-school
17.Learn to REALLY garden
18.Win the lottery.  Who am I kidding?  Utah doesn't even have a lottery and if they did I wouldn't play
19.Vacation in a colonial style house on the beach
20.Go to my high school 20th reunion (only 2 more years!)
21.Get a tummy tuck/Boob Job
22.Have the guts to audition for a musical
23.Attend a live football game...college or professional
24.Open a little cafe where high school kids can come and hang out, do their homework, stay out of trouble and surf the internet in a safe environment
25.Write a book...I know exactly what I want to write about. Now I just have to go about getting it started
26.Visit the Smithsonian
27.Go skinny dipping with my husband in the ocean
28.Write my entire life story – sparing no details
29.Be on a jury for a high profile case
30.Spend the night in a haunted house
31.Go River Rafting
32.Own a kayak and use it
33.Scream in a library
34.Go to Africa and help out an orphanage
35.Adopt a Child
36.Visit the graves of some ancestors
37.Learn to ski again
38.Own a Jet Ski
39.Learn to play the guitar
40.Work on my family history
41.Ride in a hot air balloon
42.Ride in a helicopter
43.Go bungee jumping
44.Backpack in Yellowstone
45.Hide some Letterboxes
46.Take a train ride though Europe
47.Go on a safari
48.Go see the Olympics.  Yes, the Special Olympics count!
49.Change a life
50.Get re-married in Vegas by Elvis
51.Vacation on a house boat
52.Go to a demonstration
53.Meet in person some of the people I've met through blogs and the internet
54.Go to a reunion for friends
55.Have enough money to feel truly satisfied.  Who am I kidding?  Is that even possible?
56.Get Lasik surgery
57.Be on the Amazing Race with my husband
58.Be a contestant on Survivor - at least make the jury
59.Walk on the Great Wall of China
60.Live abroad
61.Attend Martis Gras.  OK maybe not Martis Gras but definitely New Orleans
62.Volunteer for the Special Olympics
63.Be remembered for good things
64.Learn Spanish
65.Start a book club
66.Vacation in a cabin on a lake
67.Go Geocaching
68.Visit Ground Zero
69.Visit the birthplaces of my ancestors
70.Own a moped
71.Go horse back riding
72.Learn balloon tying
73.Visit my grandparents' graves
74.Move out of Utah
75.Re-upholster a piece of furniture
76.Get my hair cut by a stylist for the stars
77.See the Statue of Liberty
78.Vacation in a hut over the sea
79.Visit Martin's Cove – Then I will have seen all of the Church history spots
80.Have an in ground pool in our backyard
81.Create my own perfume
82.Drive down the entire west coast in a convertible wearing big sunglasses and a scarf on my head
83.Perform a concert
84.Create a singing group
85.Visit the Louvre
86.Be the ultimate sports fan for a day – face painted and everything
87.Sing the National Anthem at a Jazz game
88.Lose weight and get in shape
89.When I reach my goal weight go on a shopping spree with a personal stylist
90.Learn how to watercolor
91.Fly on a sea plane
92.Visit Victoria Falls in Africa
93.Scuba dive in the Great Barrier Reef
94.Learn how to dance contemporary style
95.Leave a $100 tip for amazing service at a restaurant
96.Teach my kids to be self sufficient
97.Teach my kids to love others and to serve others
98.Start and run a charity for victims of crimes
99.See the good in EVERYTHING and EVERYONE
100. Help in the discovery of what causes Hirschsprung's Disease – the very rare disease that BOTH of my boys have


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