Off The Beaten Path

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Some people come into our lives and quickly go. Some people move our souls to dance. They awaken us to new understanding with the passing whisper of their wisdom. Some people make the sky more beautiful to gaze upon. They stay in our lives for awhile, leave footprints on our hearts, and we are never ever the same.

Monday, January 12

The Bucket List

1. Don't buy any green bananas.

2. Have a little fun.

3. Witness something majestic

4. Sky diving

Yes, I am watching "The Bucket List" it is a delightful movie. I am enjoying it immensely. I guess this is the way that I feel. If you know that you are going to die, it is time to live a little.


The Old Fart said...

One of my favorite movies as well Nea. I don't have a bucket list, I wouldn't have the funds to complete it. No Rich Jack Nicholson's in my life.

Take care my friend

Nea said...

Hi Bill good to see you. I need to come over to your place and visit. The same with me, I doubt I would be able to fund a bucket list the way they did. People think that money is not important, but truthfully in this day and age, it talks. And it gets things done. Don't need to be rich, but you need to have enough to be comfortable.

I think it was a very sad movie, even thought it had humorous moments, it still puts me in a very sad mood. It brings our mortality right up into our face. I loved the movie, but I used a whole lot of kleeenex.

Leon Basin said...

Hey, how are you doing? Hope all is well.

Eel Wind said...

hey Nea! glad you updated your blog. I am starting my new semester in the university. :)

I have never watch that movie..sounds fun...but hey, why not green banana? I thought green bananas are good because they have large amount of emzymes? :)

Libby said...

nea, seeing this movie is on my bucket list at the moment!! lol!

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Louisiana said...

hello sweet. been here keeping up with the post and admiring your pics as usual.
i would have been just as happy with you to be on that train ride even in such weather and my kids would have shared in with your kids under the blanket, lol.
i'm sure it was a lovely ride and worth it twice over.
i make the plans as you described you do, lol, but don't stress honey for they are just more adventurous that way ;)

i have tried now sending you an email but it came back as it saids i have the wrong email...

could you for the millionth time write me at to give me the right one...i'm sorry to be asking again, let's blame this one on the change of laptop, he, he.

i went to see the bucket list with my godchild and her mom and we all ended up tearing up like crazy. since then, the kids and i saw it again and again we all ended up in tears. it is a very beautiful movie and it speaks many, many truths about living and dyeing. i haven't done a list myself and now i'm wondering what i put in it.

hope you are not in pain, and are not in the deep freeze. we are back in it again for a few days they say.

Chelo and the kids and i send you our love and many hugs..xo

Libby said...

nea, hi & hugs! i havent seen you for a long time, i hope all is well for you?!