I’m gearing up for a post about a couple of rather ironic, and altogether stressful experience I’ve had in the past week. As I’ll need a few days to calm down still, I thought I would put this out there in the meantime, and I'm going to need all of your help.
I like to live life to the fullest. I believe there is so much to learn in life, and I want at least a pinch of everything. One of my earliest lessons learned was, life is short. There is a lot to do, and little time to do it. I had a few wasted years that I should have been going to museums and camping under the stars. I don’t ever want to sit in idle again.
So in the last couple of years, I’ve made some adjustments. I made a visit to the Museum of Science and Industry and the Chicago Art Museum and the Milwaukee Art Museum. I’ve gone to pumpkin patches and corn mazes, rode hayrides, gone camping. I took a trip to Norway, and hopped on a plain to Miami by myself for little to no reason. I went to an outdoor showing of Rocky Horror Picture Show. I’ve had a couple of leads in plays. I went back to school, won writing awards, and successfully earned my place on the dean’s list. …But it’s not enough. And that’s where all of YOU come in.
Credit for this idea goes part in partial to a friend who has recently been sharing their own bucket list. (A respectably lengthy list of equally respectable goals.) I decided to put my own twist on the idea of a bucket list, and that is to open it to the floor, so to speak. You, whether friend or stranger, are welcomed to comment on this post, and add things to a rough draft of my bucket list. All ideas are welcomed, whether it be “find true love,” “visit Montana,” or “participate in a zombie walk.” Add things whether you think I’ve done them already or not. I could surprise you. For example, few people know that I’ve never been to a comicon. Be creative. Be bold. Have fun!
Happy suggesting! : )