1. I added my list of what I plan to do for my son’s quarantine birthday on Joanne’s blog, and then I hopped over here and realized that it’s on yours too and doesn’t match your criteria. Feel free to delete it. Sounds like you had a very productive winter.

  2. I think all the challenges you have and are facing make it hard to do a bucket list. Perhaps self and family care is the best we can do under trying circumstances.

    • Thank you Juhli. I think you may be right. For the moment, I’m focusing on meditation, physical activity, staying connected with my extended family through technology, and lots of reading.

  3. You did so very well. I know this has been a tough year for you. Had seen the earthquake and wondered if you were out there or back home or maybe even still in Mazatlan. Losing your mama and your beloved pup alone are too much to have to handle in such a short time span. Bless your heart.

    I had very mixed feelings about a bucket list this season but thought it would maybe give me some direction over the next few weeks when I don’t know what to do with myself. Most of the items on my list are do-at-home or do outdoors kinds of things. Hoping I can remember to check it when I am climbing the walls with cabin fever.

    • Thank you for the kind words, Leslie. It means a lot. I do think a bucket list can be especially helpful in this chaotic time, and I suspect I will jump in mid-spring…possibly when you are giving your one-month report. Thanks for overseeing this link-up. I love it! Take care of yourself. Stay safe and well–mentally and physically! XO

  4. So I was reading along and thinking what a great list of accomplishments and I can’t wait to see what you have ready for spring. Then I read your last paragraph. Such rough times right now. I’m sorry for your loss (both Mother and Dog) and the earthquake as well as the pandemic. But, I like your positive attitude…’here’s what I’ve accomplished, I’ll continue working on the rest, but I’m living in the moment right now’. I do hope things get better, for you and for everyone. I’m glad you had some good adventures in there before it all went south. xoxo

    • Thank you Kristen. It has been a rough couple of months, but I’m pulling myself together. I hope to have a Spring Bucket List by the time the first checkin rolls around a month from now. I am deeply grateful for the R&R in Mexico in the midst of all this craziness. Happy Spring! Be safe!

  5. Great job on your Winter bucket list. It was tough coming up with things for the Spring bucket list, but I’d skipped Winter, so I wanted to do something – just small, basic things I can do at home. It sounds like you have a lot else going on though – apart from the virus- so I hope that is okay!!


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