Bucket List

Early in our relationship, Husband and I started a joint bucket list of things we want to do in our life together. It’s an evolving list – we add new things when they occur to us, and cross things off when we accomplish them. We don’t take it too seriously, but it’s a fun way of reminding ourselves of the little and big things we want to do together over the next 50 years or so.

Here’s our list, so far (if it’s crossed off, it means we’ve done it):

1.       Go on a safari

2.       Preserve things we grew ourselves

3.       Go to South America (Technically I’ve already been, but we want to go together)

4.       Go to New Zealand

5.       Start a small business

6.       Go to the Yukon

7.       Own two goats

8.       Own a crested duck

9.       Have a house in the country

10.   Build a sauna

11.   Take an art class

12.   Make homebrew

13.   Grow a sunflower garden

14.   Travel around Scandinavia (I lived in Sweden for a year and traveled around Scandinavia quite a bit. I absolutely loved it and we want to go back together)

15.   Get married

16.   Husband: Learn to play the banjo/Mrs. Jobson: Learn to play fiddle

17.   Be self-sustaining

18.   Write a book

19.   Have 2 kids

20.   Raise above children well

21.   Go to more museums

22.   See Pop Life Exhibit

23.   Take the train across Canada

24.   Go to a World Cup

25.   Go to Angkor Wat

26.   Go to Croatia

27.   Go to Czech Republic

28.   Go to Madagascar

29.   Go to Japan

30.   Go for a hot air balloon ride

31.   Go on a roadtrip in a vintage VW bus

32.   Build a school

33.   Go to Bhutan

34.   Get a dog

35.   Raise chickens

36.   WWOOF (World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms)

37.   Buy a record player



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