View Full Version : does anyone have a bucket list

09-23-2009, 01:01 PM
I have been thinking about the movie the bucket list and was considering making myself a bucket list.... It's just something that I have always wanted to do anyway and was wondering if anyone else had one....

My bucket list
Get in touch with my best friend one more time.
Take my daughter to San Fansisco to see the Golden Gate Bridge(It's been 20years since we were there)
Go to a football game a my old high school
Visit my grandmother one more time.
See Billy Joel Play in concert.
Go back to Las vegas with my husband
visit Billings MT and stand in the open air to see why my husband thinks it's so great.

these are just to name a few not in any kind of order... and some are more easy to get done than others....

just thought that this would be fun...

09-23-2009, 01:27 PM
what an incredible thread....this really makes one think. I would love to: sit in an atlanta local pub and listen to Elton John jam on the piano, visit my grandmother's homesite in the tennessee mountains, camp for at least 2 weeks at the top of a mountain, live to attend my grandchildren's college graduations.

09-23-2009, 01:55 PM

I have a bucket list,

I love that film its great isnt it!


09-23-2009, 04:33 PM
I don't really have a list just a philosophy now. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XiOcW_YR1G8

This is one of the reasons I was able to go through with the divorce process!

09-23-2009, 09:15 PM
I like this thread, too.
My hubby and I have had a sort of informal bucket list for a while:
1. Go back to Hawaii without kids - done
2. Visit NYC - done
3. Visit Japan - done
4. Go back to college after the kids are grown (now in the process)
5. Visit Italy and Greece - (Planned for after his graduation)
6. Visit Great Britain (especially all the Roman sites)
7. Visit China
8. Retire and both teach somewhere great, like the AF Academy in Colorado Springs
9. See all 5 kids happily married with families (3 down, 2 to go!)
10. Enjoy and spoil lots of grandkids (#3 is on the way)


09-23-2009, 09:17 PM
Hey Leaann,
I live 100 miles from San Francisco. Come visit me, and we can take your daughter to see the bridge. (As long as the fog allows!)