What’s on your “bucket list”? You know, the list of things you want to do before you die. The trick is to put things on the list that are feasible – like building a log home, vacationing in Hawaii, flying an airplane, seeing the Grand Canyon, and getting published – and not including things that are unrealistic like winning the lottery or becoming a rock star.
Today I crossed off “preaching a sermon”. Our pastor asked me to take his place while he was gone, trusting that since I teach a Bible study that I could handle an hour on my feet in front of the congregation. I could and I did, though my blood pressure hasn’t come all the way back down yet.
Next on my list is . . . well, nothing. I need a new list. Can you comment with some suggestions? What’s on your “bucket list”?