I've up and joined a bucket list group which is exactly what it sounds like. Make your own list, share it with the group, group helps keep you accountable. Every week we meet and share what we marked off our list.
Book club for life experience (or something deep like that).
Fall is my favorite thing since pumpkin spice flavoring as you might have heard here so I'm ready do get some life lived and some memories made, you know?
My bucket list is full of extremely deep and and profound goals such as baking gluten-free donuts and riding a tandem bike. But having something to look forward to is the (pumpkin) spice of life. buh-dum-ching.
So here I am trying to figure out where the heck did the term bucket list come from. It sounds so strange. A list on a bucket? A list in a bucket? A list about buckets? Thank goodness for Google so my mind can be put to ease on such riveting questions.
..apparently it means a list of things to be accomplished before one "kicks the bucket". Popularized by the 2007 film The Bucket List.
Thanks Google. You rock.
Well that's darker than I imagined it was going to be.
Eh, well I don't plan to "kick the bucket" any time soon, but I would encourage anyone and everyone to make some form of a bucket list. It's a pretty rad-tacular idea (thanks Cherie! You even got your own made up adjective!).
I'll keep the pictures coming. Let the fall bucketing begin! (bucketing? Is that a word? Dare I Google it?)