It’s an urban legend that a Bucket List should be something we spend our whole lives adding to and our later years ticking off. Not mine.
At some point I decided that my Bucket List was the way I wanted to live my life. It has been ticked off. Added to. Completed. And started a new. The more I discover, the more I find things that inspire the length of the list. And how long it will take me to complete.
Some of the items are large, others on the smaller, simple side.
My very first Bucket List had Disney World right at the top of it.
At the time I added it, I would have guaranteed you that the likelihood of me being in the United States. Let alone going to Disney World. Was almost as likely as my growing a second head. Laughs. Just checked, no second head.
Sometime between then and now, I realised that the World and my Bucket List were only as impossible as I decided they could be. And not only did I tick off one of the greatest experiences. I did it with some of my greatest friends. Ones that didn’t even flinch when I started dancing right through the gates. But took up skipping right behind me.
Realising a dream that exceeded my imagination. Choose for yours to do the same.