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Kim Hoolihan


Bucket List


My bucket list is very long.
I want to swim with whales, scuba dive, and one day write a song.
I want to ballroom dance, in an amazing dress.
Walk down that huge stairway and really impress.
I want to go to an Italian Opera, or even a ballet.
Ride on the Orient Express, be a Queen for the day.
I want to go on safari and live out in the wild.
Eat with the natives in their village, share their lives, and their smiles.
I want to hold a baby gorilla, and a silky tiger cub.
Ride a horse on a deserted beach at sunset, with the one I love.
I want to travel to so many places, there is so much world to see.
Yes my bucket list is very long,
So I had better get busy.

Submitted: Saturday, September 26, 2009
Edited: Friday, June 24, 2011

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  • Rookie - 909 Points David Harris (9/27/2009 4:59:00 PM)

    Kim, its always nice to have a bucket list. I never made one myself I just went out and did what I wanted to do. That is my advice to you just go for it. Top marks and thanks for sharing your wishes.
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