Some months I did more than one and some months I didn't do any. The last three months of the year were very difficult for me personally and for our family, (I will be writing about that in another post), but I thought I would just let my readers know that I made it. As of yesterday I had crossed 12 items off my bucket list. I have been blogging every three months about my adventures and I know some of you have been reading along. I just want to take a few minutes to review all the things I have done and talk a little about what I hope to do.
1. Antiquing: I finally got the chance to go antique shopping with my husband. We spent the whole morning together going from antique shop to antique shop.
8. For our anniversary my husband took me to an indoor shooting range. I had the best time. There is just something about the feel of that gun in your hand and shooting that target. It makes you feel protected and powerful.
10.Statue of Liberty: In August my husband paid for a trip to NYC to see Lady Liberty. I admit it, I cried. It was something I had dreamed of since I was a child.
I have several things in the works for this year and am seriously considering continuing on with this blog series. The truth is having all these adventures in writing has helped me to be able to remember all the little details I would have forgotten. I completely understand why people often kept journals in the past. It might have been just daily, routine things or great adventures, but having everything written down helped prevent them from forgetting all the wonders they had seen and the times they had. Perhaps we should all start keeping a daily journal. Who knows what the future generations could learn from us.
Happy New Year!
"That's my 'two-cents worth', what's yours?"