I’ve let months go by without completing a Share Your World challenge from Cee. The time has come! From Cee:
Almost everyone has heard of a bucket list which is a list of things you want to do before you die. List 4 things off your bucket list that you would like to share with us. Assume that money is no object. Have a lot of fun with it. Would you like to fly to the moon, dive to the bottom of the ocean, live a month in India or learn how to tap dance? What is on your list?
–This idea has come from Chris Donner over at Chris’ Qigong Experience
- A .The first item I can think of is the one I’ve longed for almost all my life: I want to live on the moon. I particularly want to be on the moon when it becomes the jumping off point for interstellar travel. While I would love to travel to another star, I’d be quite happy to live on the moon, where other races from other planets would be gathered as in an airport. 1.B. The other home I’d like to try would be underwater. Not just as an overnight — I want to live there full-time, so I can step out my door and swim with the fish. That would be wonderful!
- Truly, I would like to be healthy enough to travel anywhere — the Greek Isles, the Black Sea, South Pacific, Antarctica. I am heading in that direction — I have lost about 8 pounds, and I’m still enjoying exercising daily. Of course, my first trip would be back to the Caribbean — either the Yucatan or Puerto Rico. I intend to get back to Mexico, when I feel well enough to do whatever I want to do. Already, I can walk through any airport — I’ve really been working.
- I still want to converse in another language — I don’t have one in mind, in particular, although Spanish would be most practical, considering my immediate travel plans. Because I know I will need years to save the money to travel, I will have plenty of time to become reasonably good at the native language of whatever country I plan to visit.
- I want to take Mom on a vacation north — or wherever she wants to go. I assume north because of the climate, but it could be North America or northern Scandinavia, or northern Russia — wherever she would like to go — she has done so much for me. As has sister S. — I don’t know if she would ever travel with me again, after our Mexico fiasco, but I wish I could do something extravagant for her. In fact, I’m making #4 Winning the Lottery. That way, I can indulge my entire family, who have all done so much for me.