Life List

Inspired by Mighty Girl, I’m starting my own Life List. You should do it too.

Yearly Reviews

Travel and culture

  • [Complete] See a comedian live
  • [Complete] Attend the BBC Good Food show
  • [Complete] Watch a professional ballet performance
  • [In progress] Complete a UK Alphabet Adventure
  • Attend the Edinburgh Festival
  • Spend a weekend as a tourist in Dublin
  • See a real life submarine
  • Look for Nessie in Loch Ness
  • See a real life panda
  • Visit Jersey & Guernsey
  • See a puffin in the wild
  • Visit 50 different museums
  • Go for a walk in Central Park
  • Visit Antartica
  • Go on the Harry Potter Studio tour
  • Attend a TED talk
  • Go to a pick-your-own farm
  • Ride on a glass bottom boat
  • Complete an International Alphabet Adventure
  • Watch a sunrise at the beach

Sports and hobbies

Art and text

4 thoughts on “Life List

  1. 12.Hold a conversation in French

    Walk up to mr. C and say:

    “Bonjour, Je m’ excuse, mais, parlez-vous anglais?”

    – If response is in English then you have sucessfully completed your conversation in French.

    If response is not in the desired English then reply.

    “Taut pis! Merci beaucop, au revoir….”

    And you have completed your conversation in French without he desired result, see someone else and repeat first French statement until English speaker can be found.

    Strike Number 12 off you Life list.

    19.Stand in a submarine (but not going down in one!)

    Hmmm, as most of the submarines you can visit are WWII vets, it becomes apparent that you have yet to see the movie “Das Boot” , have you?

    21.Look for Nessie in Loch Ness

    Don’t you think this is in violation of your 19th declaration? I mean it does seem to seem to spend most of its time underwater afterall…. And my grandmother used to warn me that the “Nessie Beastie” would get me if I did not behave…. 20+ years later, I am still waiting for it., so being ashore just does not work.

  2. I think you need to change “set-up a model railway” to “set-up a slotcar track.” Seems more appropriate for someone who spends much of their time podcasting about racing cars….unless you’ve got a trainspotting cast somewhere you haven’t told us about? 😉

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