I don’t get out and explore as much as I would like to, but when I do I want to make the absolute most of it and find places that take my breath away. For a very long time I have made many drives from Ballarat to Melbourne and vice versa, and along the way there are some amazing views and scenery. For years I have driven past the Werribee Gorge and had no idea what it was or if it was even a place I could explore, but I loved looking at it from the corner of my eye as I drove past. The other night I came across a list of walking trails around Melbourne and noticed Werribee Gorge being on that list. I messaged my sister and made a date of it.
It was all I imagined it would be and more!
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There are a million things I want to do before I die. Some involving adventure and exploration, some a bit more general and soul fulfilling. I am that kind of person who makes plans and never fulfils them, starts something but not see it through to the end…
I WANT TO CHANGE!
I am not dying, I am scared that I won’t tick enough off my list to be satisfied with the life I lived as I lay on my deathbed. I want to be able to tell the people I love of all my adventures and inspire them to do the same. I want to tell my grandchildren about my travels, about conquering fears, about falling in love and building something. That you don’t become rich with money, you become rich wth experience and things that become the building blocks of your soul, of yourself.
So this book will contain a bucket list, but not only a bucket list that I tick, it will become a story and something to look back on, but also continuously add to, and one day when I am old, I can pass it down as an heirloom.
So here I go…
This is dedicated to the people I love… past, present and future
Today I woke up from a great dream, about me travelling the world, and I found an empty hard case notepad. I had decided I would make a bucket list… longer than the one I had already had hanging on my wardrobe door.
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