I believe we all have a "Bucket List" in our lives. Things we want to do before we die, but just don't officially call it a "Bucket List." Ever since my Breast Cancer diagnosis in December 2008, I've joked around about my "Bucket List" that I've started. I have been in remission over 6 years, but felt I wanted to do even more in my life. One of my Cancer Patients on Hospice asked me if I had to have a set amount of items on the Bucket List? I told him that there's no set amount listed on a list, but to make sure you always have something on your list. My latest I've completed, was shooting a gun at a range, kick boxing, swimming with the dolphins, and I went to Vegas. I like to marathon cycle. I biked back for Mackinac two years in a row. My things added to my list are: whale watching, skeet shooting, win big at Keno, go to Chicago during St Patricks Day to see the "Green River." Also, would love to learn how to Sail. Stay tune on my adventures.......I hope as long as a person is on the earth, they learn to appreciate LIFE, and start your own Bucket List. Too many of us take life for granted, and at a blink of an eye, it can be taken away from you. Live while you can Live! Don't hold any grudges, life is too short, as they say! Besides, you only live once, maybe twice.