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June 18, 2014

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Debbie M

Thanks for the post and the link. I've now decided to split my list into things I definitely (subject to change of course) want to accomplish and things I'm considering (I'm not serious about them at this time).

My serious bucket list is now short enough to put in this comment: learn Spanish and ASL, write a math book, write a spiritual song, write a secular song, ride a train along the US west coast, and my favorite: experience media on every country in the world. (It's sort of like reading a book from every country, but it can be about the country, and it can be a movie or a song or a museum exhibition, etc.)

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