MFRW 52 Week Blog Hop

My Bucket List

Welcome to week #7.  The topic: Top five things on my bucket list.

Whatever you do, never stop dreaming. I’m a dreamer.  Some of my dreams are simple and come true easily, while some are not so easy to attain or require a little more time, prayer, and work.  Here are five dreams topping my bucket list:

Publish my first book.

See the Grand Canyon. About seven years ago my great uncle toured the U.S. with his daughter and son-in-law. One of the places they visited was the Grand Canyon. They brought back pdawn on the S rim of the Grand Canyonhotos. In the photos of the canyon, the sky was a beautiful blue and the reds, yellows, greens, and purples were so vibrant, I knew it was one of the
places I’d love to visit and explore.



Learn to Swim. As a child, I was the cousin that was afraid to get in the water. When I was older, I took the plunge and relegated myself to the kiddie pool. Now, if for no other reason, I need to learn because swimming is an exercise that builds endurance, muscle strength, keeps the heart rate up and takes the impact of stress off of the body when swimming.

Take an Alaskan Cruise. I have fallen in love with Alaska. I watch most of the tv shows on The Travel Channel and National Geographic. I don’t know if I’d like to live there, especially in the areas where the weather is extreme, but I’d love to visit. The first step in that is taking a cruise.  (photo – Alaska Cruise Experts)Alaska Cruise Experts

Visit England (and Europe). The UK has always fascinated me. I would love to visit the land of William Shakespeare and Emily Bronte, two authors I mentioned from last week’s post.

These are just some of the things on my bucket list. There are plenty of other things. What’s on your list? Please be sure to check out the other authors blogging here.

7 thoughts on “My Bucket List”

  1. Of all the goals, publishing your first book is the only one that depends solely upon you. Learning to swim requires action on your part, but an instructor is involved.

  2. Of all the people I know who have taken a cruise to Alaska, they all loved it and had a good time. One friend didn’t take a warm enough coat in a late season cruise though. Good luck with publishing your first book! Great list.

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