What’s on your Bucket List…?


What’s on your Bucket List…?

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The Bucket List

“Hey everyone,

The other night I did something I haven’t done in a very long time.  I grabbed a DVD plugged it into the player and sat down and watched a movie from the comfort of a home.   Granted it wasn’t my home, but it was a home.  I watched a movie featuring Morgan Freeman and Jack Nicholson called “Bucket List.”  The movie was actually quite good.  It was filled with life lessons such as the importance of family as well as the importance of living for yourself as well.  The main premise of the movie, in case you haven’t heard of it, is the creation of a joint bucket list between two cancer patients with expirations dates on their lives. Read more…


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  1. If it had Morgan freeman then i think it must of been a good film.

    Re bucket list – I still have not made one. I am not a very decisive person. Changed my travel plans about ten times!!

    I will make one this winter…………………I think!

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  2. I’d start in California, checking out the Redwoods and Yosemite. Head east and spend about 2 weeks in southern Utah and northern Arizona. The red stone formations of Zion National Park, pink sands of Pink Sand Dunes State Park, Antelope Canyon (slot canyons) of Northern Arizona, Bryce Canyon (actually hoodoos and not really a canyon), Capitol Reef National Park, Arches, etc. I’d have a limo to drive me to all of these wonderful places that God created, then head to the Rocky Mountains, and north to Yellowstone.

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  3. It’s actually a pretty good film, I think a lot of people with bucket lists haven’t actually seen it though, the desperation due to time limits is one of the key factors of it. I don’t have a bucket list, I think the definition is not in keeping with the movie as it’s commonly used. A ‘life to-do list’ is more accurate, although far less catchy.

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