Sept. 19, 2012 —
The joy of developing and working through a “bucket list”, however, doesn’t have to result from a fatal illness or other calamity in our personal lives.
We should be going to places and having experiences because we’ve earned the right by raising our families and working hard in our jobs.
Those of us who’ve sacrificed for others – our children, our employer, etc. – deserve to enjoy our own lives and put ourselves first, regardless of our age or station in life.
I always chuckle at seeing bumper stickers on those big, expensive RV’s on the freeway that read:
“We’re spending our kids’ inheritance.”
So, how’s your bucket list coming along?