What’s the use of having a bucket list if you don’t revisit it to see if you can actually scratch some items off that you've completed? Well, that’s what I’m doing today. I’m reviewing the 3 bucket lists I created over the past year to see how much I was able to accomplish.
Host a prepackaged food party
Carve or decorate a pumpkin
Attend a Halloween party
Attend my college homecoming game
Looks like I did a pretty good job with my Fall list from last year. 7 out of 11 events checked off that list. Let’s see how well I did with the Spring list.
Fly a kite
I’m really proud of myself for basically completing this one. By the time I wrote this, many kites had been sold. When I went out to purchase one, I couldn’t find any that I liked. There were several kid designed ones around and then there were some that just didn’t suit me. Next year for sure, I’ll be able to check this one off my list. J
|Leaving the festival I realized I still had tickets so I handed them to a family just arriving. That was my random act of kindness or R.A.K.|
And lastly, My Summer Bucket List, now this one was put together with the least amount of thought…well somewhat.
Start an herb garden
Began, but not as successful as I would like
Make my own popsicles Well I bought the containers :)
Go bike riding
Go for an evening walk through the neighborhood...Man it was too hot.
Read a book…I’m still disappointed with myself
Well actually, I did. I attended a class right after writing the Spring Bucket List post (see above), and then I went to a class held at my job for health and wellness week.
I’m a very random person and I can be very spontaneous. So, at times I actually plan events, but many were mostly spare of the moment. I’m glad to see that most of the items on my bucket lists were accomplish and I will try to complete the other items in the near future.