And I'm hopping this week. Jeanne MCDonald has asked us to talk about:
If you came straight here and missed out on the fabulous Kristi Rose, I would recommend you hop right back and see what she had to say.
I actually don't have a bucket list, as yet. Now is as good as any time to get one, right?
I want to see both my girls grow up. To see the awesome women they become. They're 14 and 15 now, and just giving me glimpses of the future
I'd like a 'proper' marriage proposal. I've been married for 16 year now, but he really did do a half-assed job. In case you're feeling sorry for him, let me tell you that he stood in a doorway, looked at me and said "Wanna get married?". I think he can do better. I'll still say yes, but I feel like I missed out on having an awesome proposal story to tell.
Wow, this is tough!
Three and four are travel related. I've been to lots of amazing places but never managed to get to Venice and Egypt, and I'd love to see them.
Five and six are following a dancing theme. I want to learn to tango and bellydance. I've taken a few lessons in both, but I'd love to get good at them.
I want to wear a fabulous couture gown for number seven.
I started out life as an actress, and although I don't miss the crap that surrounds a career in the theatre, I would like to perform one more time. Just for the pure joy of performing.
For nine, I would like to renew my wedding vows when we get to our twentieth anniversary. Having been married for this long, I think it's important to remember all the reasons we fell in love in the first place, and recommit to each other.
And ten belongs to my writing. I want to keep writing and publishing books for as long as I can. If that takes me into my eighties, that would be first prize.
There you have it, my bucket list. Have a hop on over to Jenna Da Sie and see what ten things are on hers.