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My Bucket List

  • Climb a mountain
  • Ride in a helicopter
  • Ride in the blimp
  • Write a novel (First draft finished on 11.26.11)
  • Sell a novel
  • Find fulfillment in work
  • Marry the love of my life
  • Give birth to a child
  • Adopt a child
  • Learn to speak another language fluently
  • Visit Italy
  • Visit all 50 states
  • Visit all the wonders of the world
  • Go skiing
  • Learn chess
  • Learn poker
  • Ride in a hot-air balloon
  • Road-trip with no destination/itinerary
  • Fold 1000 origami cranes and give them to someone special
  • Go on a cruise
  • Learn to play the guitar
  • Learn to play piano
  • Learn sign language
  • Go ice skating (12.17.11 – Lock 3)
  • Kiss in the rain
  • Go to a movie alone
  • Get Masters degree (December 2012)
  • Live alone
  • Stay awake for 48 hours straight
  • Take a picture with a mascot (4.4.13)
  • Spend the day at a resort spa
  • Ride in a gondola
  • Cook every dish in one cookbook
  • Take a mudbath
  • See a volcano
  • See a pyramid
  • See the salmon run
  • Pick fruit from a tree and make a pie
  • Tour a lighthouse  (7.19.11 – Marblehead Lighthouse)
  • Sew something you can wear
  • Visit a butterfly sanctuary
  • Fly first class
  • Go white water rafting
  • Go parasailing
  • Put change into someone’s expired meter
  • Be debt free
  • Visit all US National Parks
  • Sleep in a castle
  • Visit all 7 continents
  • See the Northern Lights
  • Go whale watching
  • Visit Ireland
  • Visit Australia
  • Visit UK
  • Swim with the dolphins
  • Learn the constellations
  • Walk in the woods at night
  • Visit Cuba
  • Build a bookcase
  • Adopt ferrets
  • Run a 5K
  • Run a 10K
  • Run a half-marathon
  • Take ballroom dance lessons
  • Learn how to play pool
  • Build a doll house
  • Solve a Rubik’s cube
  • Read all of Shakespeare
  • Read all of the fiction Pulitzer Prize winners
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4 responses »

  1. Glad to see another NaNoWriMo blogger out there. Did you post the first draft of your novel on here anywhere?

    Reply
    • I did not. Honestly, when I finished this past November, I put my novel aside and have not gone back to it yet.

      …And I really don’t feel comfortable enough with it at this point to let *anyone* read it. haha. I’m calling it a zero draft–not even a first draft yet.

      Reply
      • I made an effort to post mine online as I went to encourage other writers to help me with character and plot development. I feel it really helped out. I’ve kept that story on my blog (though password protected), as well as beginning a second story on the blog.

      • I do like that idea and I think it would be nice to get some input but I don’t think I’m ready for that yet… Someday, maybe. 🙂

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