What the Beck???
Bucket List #54
I hate to add anything else to this list, but now that I have three crossed out I feel pretty good. I also just purchased the supplies to work on calligraphy, so I will begin tackling that item, and have now watched 211 of the 520 movies nominated for Best Picture for the Academy Awards. I have about six on my DVR right now to make time for soon.
From 2016 on, send greeting cards in a timely fashion
learn a new skill
invite my neighbor women to a tea luncheon
submit an article to a magazine
Host a family brunch
Talk a walk or dance in the rain
I want to create units for teachers to purchase
Write a book on organizing a home
Using my dogs and possibly my great-nephews, and design a series of greeting cards
Plan my funeral
Spend a fun day with each of my nieces/nephews (Alaina has volunteered to be first!)
Take a formal cooking class
Organize and host a Christmas Caroling Party
Watch the IMBd list of the best 250 movies
Vacation in Colorado
Create a list of home repairs
Prepare to teach a new course at Aurora University
Visit Brookfield Zoo and photograph the animals
Have absolutely no debt
Set up a schedule for next summer to visit area cities
I am going to learn as much as I can about large animals
Make repairs in each and every room of my home to prepare to sell
Research Hadrian’s Wall for visit to Scotland
Enter a quilt in a local fair
Write a book about school for parents
Host a game party
Purchase a truck
I would like to learn more about fostering animals
Visit the narrowed list of Kentucky towns each for a weekend
Have a B.M.I. of 24.9 or lower
Return to Florida/Alabama and see old friends
Play tennis again
Learn to play bridge
Have an in-ground pool
Finish writing a book on the Scent Family
Save up enough money for a down payment on my Kentucky house
Work on learning calligraphy and bettering daily penmanship
Begin making my own clothing using a mannequin
Volunteer at an animal rescue
Visit all 50 states
Complete all of Mom’s and my scrapbooks
Go skiing again in Colorado
Meet the Duggar family
Watch every nominee and winner for the Academy Awards to date
Take piano lessons
Write 2 books for my great-nephews
Travel to Wales
Travel to Scotland
I have noticed that the girls seem to groan as they jump off of my bed. The bed is very tall, and they are both now seven years old, which is a little less than half of their lifetime. I needed to come up with plan to solve their problem.
This was my first solution, a beautiful and very heavy staircase.
The girls did not want anything to do with this one.
I think it is because they were narrow and had no sides.
Either way, the $55ish dollar staircase went back
to the store for a refund.
I have a leather ottoman in my living room, which both girls
use to look out of the front window. This is where you can find them most of the time, as they have a self-imposed duty to guard the house from FedEx, UPS, the postman, and everyone walking up and down the sidewalk. I believed that adding one to the bedroom
would solve my problem. I found this one at a wonderful resale shop in Batavia, thanks to the recommendation by Nicole Serpico. The best part was that it only cost me $49.00. Who knew it would be cheaper than the staircase. It doesn't match any part of my room, but right now all that matters to me is that the dogs are safe and not hurting themselves by jumping off of the bed. I owe ya, Nicole.
This is the sign outside the building. It is located right on
Route 31 just before Wilson Street. Check it out!!!!
They have so many wonderful items to buy.
The furniture is definitely high end, but a whole
lot cheaper than brand new. Of course they do have some less expensive items too, but take a few minutes and
wander through the showroom.