I found this written on the back of a crumpled blue post-it note, inside of The Marriage Plot (by Jeffrey Eugenides). Not sure if there's any correlation between the type of person who would write a bucket list on a post-it and the type of person who would read that book, but based on some of these items, we can at least assume that the book is written at a pre-college reading level!
- Go to Atlantic City w/Megan (when we are 18) and gamble away some of my money
- Study Abroad: Germany, Deutschland, Espana
- Learn to drive
- Buy a car
- Visit a tea farm in India
- Take some zumba classes (feel comfortable, quit if suck)
- Speak Spanish conversationally
- Climb up mountain w/Megan
- Find a long-term lover
- must be clean
- knows when to be quiet
- likes coffee or at least makes me coffee
- Make brownies from scratch
- Visit redwoods
- Bike around perimeter of Manhattan
I'm proud to say that I have run the perimeter of Manhattan, seen redwoods, made brownies from scratch (several times!), studied abroad, been to Las Vegas (forget Atlantic City), learned to drive, and found a long-term lover who at least knows when to be quiet . . . and does happen to like coffee, even if I don't. It makes me feel accomplished to be able to check so many things off of a bucket list, even if it's not mine!
What are some of the items on your bucket list?