Get in the car one day and drive to a place I've never been, but want to see.
Write a blog post from a cafe.
Throw a coin over my shoulder into the Trevi Fountain.
Spend a day with my camera taking photos of anything I want.
Unclutter by getting rid of the things I don't really need (and remain uncluttered).
Explore the city of Boston on foot.
Learn how to relax.
Explore Rosslyn Chapel.
Dip my fingers in Loch Ness or Loch Lomond.
Pay off my student loans.
Learn more about my Grandmother's mother (paternal side).
Trace my ancestry to Europe.
Visit Machu Picchu.
Discover the secrets in The Real Mary King's Close.
Walk barefoot on Omaha Beach.
Buy a house that's more than 150 years old.
Visit the Washington, D.C. Holocaust Museum.
Float in the Dead Sea (alive, of course).
Drink hot chocolate in a cafe in Vienna.
Explore the rolling hills of Ireland.
Own a Newfoundland.
Tour Casa Batlló in Barcelona.
Stand in front of the East Baptistry Doors in Florence.
Take a panoramic photo from a cliff top in Amalfi.
See the Queen (the person, not
Pay off my credit card debt.
Travel to Cambodia.
Take a gondola ride in Venice.
Own an Irish Wolfhound.
Take a photography class.
Own a vintage letterpress printing press.
Fill a journal, which I've made by hand, with my innermost thoughts and secrets.
Ride a horse again.
Own an Egyptian Mau.
Have a picnic.
Visit all the lighthouses on the Outer Banks, NC. (
Visit some of Maine’s lighthouses.
Go on an African Safari.
Write a thank you letter to Stephen King for writing Salem's Lot.
Own a Leonberger.
Get a tattoo.
Ride Pirates of the Caribbean in Disney World.
Write a personal manifesto.
Keep a sketch book.
Run a half marathon.
See a bear in Yellowstone National Park.
Watch the sun rise over the Atlantic Ocean.
Eat at Charlie Trotter's restaurant.
Learn how to do a few yoga poses well.
Learn how to bake consistently delicious popovers.
Learn how to cook.
Write a short story and let someone else read it.
Meet an online friend in person.
Build the perfect kitchen.
Visit New York in the Fall.
Refinish an antique, diy-style.
...a never ending work in progress.