Bucket List

  1. Soak my legs in an ice cold stream after a long trail run.
  2. Order food in a British accent in front of complete strangers.
  3. Write a book.
  4. Publish a book.
  5. Interview an author on my blog.
  6. Run along a hiking trail.
  7. Do a good french braid on myself.
  8. Learn to do a magic trick that is actually amazing.
  9. Be an extra in a movie or commercial.
  10. Sew a dress for myself.
  11. Bake a cake.
  12. Eat a foot-long sub in one sitting.
  13. Run a 10k.
  14. Run a half-marathon.
  15. Run a marathon.
  16. Make and try Turkish Delight.
  17. Sew a skirt for myself.
  18. Be the first female to cross the finish line of a 5k.
  19. Collect all the different colored spoons from the local froyo place.
  20. Have a Disney animated movie marathon.
  21. Win NaNoWriMo.
  22. Win Camp NaNoWriMo.
  23. Stay up until midnight on New Year’s Eve.
  24. Make a lattice pie.
  25. Make and use my own smash-style journal.
  26. Open a shop on Etsy.
  27. Wear a piece of clothing that I made everyday for one week.
  28. Make a list of 1,000 things that I am thankful for.
  29. Host a giveaway on my blog.
  30. Get published in a magazine.
  31. Place in an essay competition.
  32. Learn to speak German fluently.
  33. Get 100 followers on my blog.
  34. Eat crickets or Chirps, cricket chips.
  35. Memorize a poem.
  36. Win one of those huge stuffed animals.
  37. Write in my journal everyday for 365 days.
  38. Become an editor or advisory board member for a magazine.
  39. Attend a hackathon.
  40. Attend a bookish event like a signing or convention.
  41. Read the Bible from front to back.
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7 thoughts on “Bucket List

  1. “Order food in a British accent in front of complete strangers.”

    BWAHAHAHAHA! *wipes tears from eyes*
    *scribbles onto own bucket list*

    Seriously Ana, kudos to you for having such an awesome bucket list XD

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  2. Interesting. Let me know how ordering food in a British accent goes.

    P.S. I’ve never made Turkish Delight, but I’ve eaten it before (my aunt’s friend from Turkey once brought us some) and it was pretty good. Not so good that I would sell out my brother and both my sisters to get more, but you know what I mean. 🙂

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