Sunday, March 29, 2015

My Bucket List (#SOL15, Day 29)

Gondola (M.A. Reilly, 2009)


Before I die, I'd like to...

listen to the northern lights with Devon and Rob 
live on the western coast of Ireland for a year
spend another year in Tuscany 
have a studio where I can make art anytime
write that novel 
          learn the art of forgetfulness 
travel anywhere, everywhere with Rob







16 comments:

  1. Find, engage, and sustain "flow" in some endeavor that I undertake only because I want to do it...

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    1. Nancy, sustain flow is essential--especially as a matter of want.

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  2. I like your list--the idea of living for an extended time in a place and then moving on to another place, or home for a while, appeals to me enormously.

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  3. What a brave idea - to pen a bucket list, and to share it! I hope you fill your bucket!

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    1. Hope it is filled too. Thanks Greg. BTW, I hadn't thought f it as brave, but it was...is.

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  4. Your bucket list sounds a lot more attainable than many others that I have read! Year in Tuscany sounds really intriguing!

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    1. I love Tuscany. Such an easy place to be.

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  5. What a great bucket list. Check out Anam Cara, an Irish retreat for writers and artists overlooking Coulagh Bay and the mountains and farmlands of the sub-tropical Beara Peninsula in West Cork. Visiting there to write and retreat iis on my bucket list.

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    1. I checked out Anam Cara--wow.
      Singing over the bones intrigues me, a lot.

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    2. Thought you would like it. I am writing a "vision into now" list poem tomorrow that shows my current living list. I thought about this as I read your bucket list poem. Would like to refer to your site and link it if you are ok with that.

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  6. Your bucket list is right out of the most wonderful of dreams. Thank you for sharing and creating these images in my mind's eye.

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    1. My pleasure. I especially like that it is incomplete.

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  7. Lovely! My experience is that the art of forgetfulness comes without it needing to be on your bucket list :-)

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