questionsi do not have a bucket list do you?

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So I am over 30 and I do not have a list of things I would like to do before I die, is that normal?

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why have a list? why not just do it as you think of it? live everyday as if it were your last and you won't have any regrets.

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I'm turning 23 next week and I started a Bucket List about a week or 2 ago when I found out my best friend is really sick. Most of the things on my list are actually quite mundane, but they are things I pushed aside figuring we'd have forever to do them together. I think the most difficult item I've put on there so far is to tie-dye a comforter and sheet set. Like I said, very mundane.

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I'm hoping not to kick the BUCKet anytime soon. However, I do not have a bucket list. I will have to think about making one though, thanks for reminding me, bucko!

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@caffeine_dude: Are you really wanting us to actually comment on your normalcy? ;-)

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I made the list a few years ago.One of the things I would love to do is ride a bucking bronco someday. I just hope I don't get bucked off!

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Don't have one yet. I'm a one-day-at-a-time kind of person.

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Just to live one day at a time, enjoy each one as it comes, take advantage of opportunities, laugh often (yes that is really true), take time to smell the roses and be thankful for what you do have, help others, be kind - my own heart if heavy as I answer this, as my son in law at age 32 is suffering with end stage cancer. He has actually lived his life as described above, but alas, it will be cut short, way too short.