Updated Bucket List 2017

In the Wide and Narrow Alleys

In the Wide and Narrow Alleys

Here is the fourth version of my bucket list. There are some things taken out and some added. Dreams come and go with time, but many have stayed the same.

Teaching and living in China is the biggest change since the last update in August 2015. However, I also transitioned to a new role at Disney World before coming to Asia and grew to a more confident and happy person. Continue reading

DCP Bucket List.

I love this list and want to make one of my own. 🙂 A Disney Bucket List. Already I have made one for my little brother when he comes. 🙂

Enchanting Tales.


As the excitement grows I am finding more and more ways to incorporate Disney into my days. And what better way to do that then to make a DCP bucket list! A friend of mine made me a bucket list of things she did when she was on her program and she says I have to do, but I still wanted to make my own as well.

So here we go…

  1. Watch the Kiss Goodnight at Magic Kingdom
  2. Eat at Be Our Guest
  3. Visit every resort 
  4. Have afternoon tea at the Grand Floridian 
  5. Do the four park challenge
  6. Go to Mickey’s No So Scary Halloween Party
  7. Go to Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas
  8. Walk down an empty Main Street U.S.A.
  9. Get celebration buttons
  10. Go to CP graduation
  11. Dole Whip
  12. Go to House of Blues
  13. Go to Food & Wine Festival
  14. Work a PAC shift
  15. Get a Four Keys Card
  16. Eat at Cinderella’s…

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My Bucket List of Gratitude – By Lisa Gastaldo

This is so beautiful! What a wonderful idea for a bucket list. If we noticed what was good around us more often, the world would be a more peaceful and happier place.

Kindness Blog

bucket listI’m creating my own kind of bucket list. Not the usual listing of things I wish to do before I leave this earth, but an accounting of the gracious drops of kindness that have filled my pail to the brim.

Whether the contribution was a single drip from an eyedropper or gallons upon gallons of generosity, all have buoyed my soul, washed away hours of pain, and carried me through turbulent trials.

And so I have decided to make a conscious effort to recognize these not-so-random acts. Some were as temporary as the morning dew, but equaling as cooling. Others have been like IVs, injecting nourishment continually. A few were summer storms: electrifying, powerful, and brief. Whether their perpetrators knew it or not, each and every one made a significant impact. They quenched my drought in spirit and left me flooded with gratitude.

Item Number 1: Clean House – Warm…

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