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Monday Crazy Questions: The Bucket list and other oddities

Welcome to the July 6th version of Monday Crazy Questions. This is just a short meme meant to have some quick fun and not get too tedious!

Every Monday we will post questions that we hope are a little thought provoking! Have fun!

1. Do you have a bucket list?

~ No, but here are five I'm gonna put in my bucket:

  1. Change career and grow up
  2. Come up with a study proposal that will earn me a PhD placement at a UK university
  3. Work for the National Trust and/or earn a paycheck that could fuel my games
  4. Kick off my son's music lessons
  5. Visit countries whose literature and culture I love

2. Do you think you have already fulfilled anything on your bucket list or bucket list to be?
~ working on them; the reason I have the list in the first place is because I see they are all feasible

3. What are the top 3 things you'd like to do before you leave this world?

  • instill in my son values that will help him become independent and keep him happy
  • Fulfill the bucket list
  • a hand in hand walk with Robin Hood's namesake at Sherwood Forest (oww... did I just say it?)
4. If it would take a lot of money to fulfill one of your wishes on your bucket list, would you try to find the money or just skip that one?
~ Find the money.

5. Fill in the blank -Life is just a -------- bucket list and then you have a life :-)

6. Fill in the blank -The glass isn't half empty it's ------ filled to the brim with endless possibilities that can make you happy

7. If you had a chance to be with your MOST favorite entertainer in the whole world before you leave this world, who would that be and how much time would you want to spend with them?
~ Robin Hood's namesake; one quality hour will do

8. If you were given the chance to go anywhere in the world before the end comes...where would you go and what would you want to see?
~ Prince Edward Island: Anne Shirley's footprints on the red earth of Green Gables

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Anya said…
Those are really Crazy Questions
You now always the answers... LOL
It makes me smile :)

hugs from Kareltje to Mozart =^.^=
Vanniedosa said…
great answers :) mine's HERE.
Good job on a tough meme! Enjoy your day...
Lana said…
really excellent answers! and ya know...the coolest thing is that you
said was "instill in my son values that will help him become independent and keep him happy"

Boy if you can do that it would be very wise!!!!!!!!! good for you!

I hope you and Robin will be very happy..LO you do have a thing for sherwood forest!! LOL
thanks for joining in!
I am Harriet said…
Great list. My kids loved music lessons.
pehpot said…
great list.. ang galing naman ng number 3 mo.. for sure you're halfway there already or malpit na matapos :)

Make or Break
Cecile said…
i like all your answers :-); thanks for sharing!
Unknown said…
I've enjoyed reading your answers.

My answers are ::here::

Have a nice week.

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