The Bucket List

So many things to think about….or just allow.

F54E2E6D-D516-4214-AA38-A1905408A957My sister-in-law came over to enjoy a swim the other day with 3 of my 6 grandchildren in tow. She immediately launched into a conversation about her “bucket list” successes. Seems that she had been having a blast doing some of the things she wanted to, while she still had the energy at 73.

She had checked off jet skiing, zip lining, and parasailing. D777B9F9-D6CA-4F04-92B1-054443076023Still to come,
someday, is jumping out of a plane. While none of these activities reside on my bucket list,  I am incurably delighted when I hear of others getting to do what they deeply want.

And, she then happily announced that the item that topped her list, a cruise to the Bahamas, had come to her as a gift…out of the blue. She was leaving in a week. Not something she would have been able to afford on her own, her excitement was palpable.

b8126785-ecc0-4245-973f-5a982d5bb511-1My conclusion is that it is less about worrying how to achieve what you’d like to experience in life, but having the intention to do so.

What’s on your bucket list?

Miracles do happen.

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