Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Were the world ending....

Just because the 13th b'ak'tun is ending doesn't mean that the world is. (I trust NASA.) But what if it were?  We hear all the time, "Live each day like it's your last!"

Well, that's not really very good advice, since if it were everyone's last day on earth, we'd be eating vats of whipped cream and punching our bosses in the face.  Or maybe that's just me....

But we ought to be able to find a happy medium, and not put off too long the things we'd really like to do in our lives.

I have two items on my bucket list, and I'm worried I've waited too long.

1.  Eat a deep-fried Twinkie.
2.  Ride in a rumble seat.

If Hostess really goes under, there may not be any more Twinkies.  And if my ass gets any bigger, it may not fit into a rumble seat.  So if I'm going to cross those two things off my list (and yes, I see the irony, that achieving the first may make it impossible to achieve the second), I've got to get my giant ass to a state fair and then to an antique car show, by way of many, many Zumba classes.  Maybe I won't get both of those items crossed off by Friday, but I'll make it a goal to get them crossed off by this time next year, in case the Mayans missed a decimal point or forgot to carry the one.

What are some of your bucket list items, and how do you plan to achieve them? 


  1. I want to go to Greece! Not a financial possibility by this Friday. But that's definitely topping my bucket list.

    Also, get a book published.

    Why are all my bucket list things so long term??

    1. It's good to have long-term items, because that way you have something to look forward to. But getting a book published doesn't have to be long-term anymore. :)

  2. I've eaten a deep-fried Twinkie and it was disappointing. The heat of the frier turned the cream inside into more of a liquid, changing the taste.

  3. Hm, that does sound disappointing. Maybe I'll bump it down the list a bit. :\