Bucket List

Visit Jerusalem
Visit Marrakech
Live in my own flat
Live in my own house
Dance in the rain
Buy a house
Graduate from my law degree
Adopt a cat
Adopt a dog
Publish something I’ve written
Begin midwifery training
Qualify as a midwife
Visit a mosque
Watch the sun rise
See the Northern Lights
Go on a hot air balloon ride
Fly in a helicopter
Buy and wear yellow tights
Make a delicious loaf of bread
Become a foster carer
Go on a cruise
Donate fifty units of whole blood
Have a dress made/tailored to fit
Get married
Give birth
Plant a vegetable garden


4 thoughts on “Bucket List

    • Thanks! It isn’t complete as I keep remembering things I would like to do, but it’s a good start 🙂 They’re a nice thing to think about – and a good starting point if you are thinking “what can I do this weekend/for my next holiday/for my upcoming birthday?”.

  1. Lovely goals chica!! There are some that we share, and some that are not for me (especially the giving birth one!). It’s interesting how you wrote “giving birth” rather than “having a child”. It gives me the sense that in addition to looking forward to having a child that you look forward to the process of giving birth. I’ve only met one woman in my life who told me that she loved giving birth to her son. She said that the process was amazing and beautiful. She told me that she didn’t understand why so many women were afraid of giving birth or didn’t like it. It sounds like you feel similarly, and I hope you realize this and all of your goals. Celeste 🙂

    • I want to have children in other senses too (I hope to be a foster carer) but physically giving birth, if I’m able to, would be an important thing for me. Thanks for commenting!

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