What’s on Your Bucket List?
Today I want to tell you about “Virginia’s Bucket List”. Virginia was my mother-in-law and she lived to be 93 years young. I say young because she always looked toward the future. She worked hard and smart to make great things happen not only in her life, but in the lives of her family members and all of her friends.
During the last month of her life, though, she received a bad health report and knew she had limited time on this earth.
I found it interesting that during her last month, she started to talk about things she wished she would have done. So many of those things were things we encouraged her to do, but she never ventured out to try some of those things.
Sometimes when we get a bad health report or think it might be bad, we think about all we want to accomplish before we’re no longer here on this earth. This isn’t just for an older person to think about. We could be given bad health news at any age.
Think about what would be on your Bucket List. Those things make up our Bucket List.
ACTION STEP FOR YOU TODAY
For you, dear reader, there is still time. In fact, this is a good time of year to start your new Bucket List. Don’t just look at the list. Make it happen so that you die with no regrets. After all, life is far more important than just work—even if you enjoy what you do. What’s on your list: