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Friday, 27 March 2009

“We are all of us resigned to death; it’s life we aren’t resigned to.” - Graham Greene

My bucket list starts with:
A little cottage in the Country
It's been a long time dream of mine.

Get myself a red vintage Vespa
I need something to drive when I'm in the Country house.

Write and preform a song before a live audience
I don't really have a clear concise reasons for this one... Just something I have always wanted to do.

Vacation in Greece
A beautiful country with interesting history, sights, tastes, scents, and culture.

See an Auroraborialis
Who wouldn't want to witness this beautiful electric phenomenon?!

Excited molecules particles crashing with atoms of gases in the upper layers of the atmosphere. Green, red, yellow... Oooo Aaaaa!

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9 comments:

kaye said...

I love that show! I laughed so much, Morgan Freeman and Jack N. were the best old buggers!

I keep meaning to write a bucket list--you've inspired me once more.

Pseudonymous High School Teacher said...

I love your bucket list. I am craving a road trip with lots of diner eating and picture taking.

only a movie said...

What a fun list and I love the collage...

WackyMummy said...

good list. let's see, I've witnessed the aurora borealis, and it's cool. now I'm moving on to getting a cottage in the south of France (or Spain), and I definitely could see a Vespa in my future. how weird, eh? ;)
I was in the city today, and I was tempted to message you and say "hey, meet us at the museum!"

Gal Friday said...

A bucket list...what a great idea. I have a cottage/cabin in the country(on a loon filled lake) dream, too.

Shadow said...

you have a good, achieveable list going there! now start with it?!?!?!

Amber said...

I used to be able to see the northern lights from my hometown, but they were never really brilliant, more like an echo.

Billy Rhythm said...

Vintage scooter! Woo-hoo! I want one, too, but seafoam green, if you please.

Anonymous said...

Auroraborialis. What you see on TV or in pictures does not do justice to the fantastic light show. I seen this wonder while driving to Montreal a few years ago. From the Cobequid Pass to about Moncton, I could not believe the show over my right shoulder. It was amazing! I did not think that I would see such vivid colors. Get Dave to take you to New Brunswick on a crisp, clear, winter evening during a solar flare storm (I think that is how they explained it on the radio that evening, while driving)! LOL! I hope you get to see it yourself one day soon, let me know when you do and tell me what you think!