My bucket list

Many of my peeps are travel peeps, which means the topic of bucket lists comes up all the time. I used to be the type who without a doubt would have a bucket list – I love lists! But somewhere in the past few years my life has become less about making lists about stuff I want to do, and more about doing the stuff I want to do. Things change, people change, I change. If a bucket list is for you, then go for it; have a bucket list! If it’s not, then maybe you can make a bucket list like mine. Here are some of my favorite buckets from images I found online.

From conniescrafts.com. I love this bucket! The natural wood and rope appeal to my love of simplicity. Plus, as a bonus, this bucket reminds me of a White Mountain hand crank ice cream maker, which is an image wrought with personal meaning and family tradition!

From nataliedee.com. What's not to love about buckets with smiley faces? I love happy buckets! Click on the picture to go to the post this particular image came from - some funny (and weird) stuff!

These buckets remind me of childhood and grandparents' homes.

From loyalkng.com. This bucket rules because THERE'S A KOALA IN IT!!

I like this bucket because it is a happy yellow bucket on the beach. I like happy, I like yellow, and darned if I wouldn't like to be on the beach right now. It's 36 degrees outside as I write this. I envy you, happy yellow bucket!

So that’s my bucket list for today. What’s on your bucket list?

9 Comments

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9 Responses to My bucket list

  1. Joan Gute

    Oh geez . . . LOL

  2. Pat Berschied

    Good one. Enjoyed reading it. :)

  3. Pam

    I know you love the koala one, Joan!

  4. Pam

    Thank you, Pat!

  5. Donna

    no bucket list would be complete without the Old Oaken Bucket: http://www.purduesports.com/trads/pur-oaken-bucket.html :) Go Purdue!

  6. Pam

    Ha! Thank you, Donna!

  7. Rob

    Aww…who doesn’t love a koala?

  8. Hahaha. The koala is awesome.

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