Things I Have Yet to Do

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To live 6 months by my favorite lake:
allowing daily trips around the peninsula
and picture-perfect sunsets.
Take Tucker for daily walks.
Do a 100-day gratitude photo challenge.

Stare into the night sky, uninterrupted.
Make a full-time living as a writer.
Go to Disney World for my mom’s 65th birthday.
Do a meditation challenge.

To love the same man the rest of my life.
Throwback the clock to work at an amusement park
to scrapbook a year in my bullet journal
to create work that inspires others with my writing.

Run the bases with my husband at the Pirates game
attend an Autumn Leaf Festival post-COVID
fall in love again with the process of cooking
to embrace love and break down walls.

Thank you for reading my work today. I’ve been thinking lately of the things I want to do in the next few years and this is my bucket list. I’m curious to know what is on yours?

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Writer, wife, lifelong learner. I write about personal development, emotional wellness, relationships and lifestyle. rachellaangelpage@yahoo.com

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Rachella Angel Page

Rachella Angel Page

Writer, wife, lifelong learner. I write about personal development, emotional wellness, relationships and lifestyle. rachellaangelpage@yahoo.com

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