Summer has been a pretty odd experience this year so I’m glad that it’s finally coming to an end. Although, I would say that about summer any year because I just really don’t like the heat too much.
I’ve always been a bigger fan of the colder weather so naturally I prefer Autumn and Winter over Summer. Autumn has just always warmed my heart. It makes me think of fresh starts and beautiful aesthetics.
Whenever it starts to feel a little bit cooler, I start to look forward to movie nights under a blanket with a hot chocolate and marshmallows.
But anyway, since Autumn is here and has been for about a week now, I figured I would share my 2020 Autumn bucket list with you all…
You have probably heard of a bucket list. If you haven’t then it’s basically just a list of things you wish to do before you die.
Since people write bucket list posts all the time, I am going to do a little twist on it and write all about things that I hope to never do!
There’s not much that I don’t want to do as I wish to experience everything at least once but there’s limits to that!
So onto the anti-bucket list…
1… Attend a high school reunion.
High School was literally one of the worst experiences of my life. I NEVER want to relive that moment. You see people talking all about reunions and how they are great ways to show how far you have gotten in life. Unfortunately, I haven’t accomplished much since leaving High School so I would have nothing to show.
2… Have my teeth fall out.
I had a dream once that all my teeth fell out and I have been terrified ever since. Teeth are important. They allow you to eat which is one of my favourite things to do. Losing my teeth would destroy me emotionally. That reminds me, I need to start taking better care of my teeth!
3… Get arrested.
I’ve never been to prison and I hope that I never do. I don’t see myself as a murderer or any other kind of criminal so I doubt this would ever happen but stranger things have happened..
4… Stop reading printed books.
I love my Kindle don’t get me wrong. However, there’s something special about a printed book. They smell good and feel nice in your hands. Now that the world is going digital, I worry that printed books are dying out. I hope that doesn’t happen because I love buying books. In fact, I buy books a lot quicker than I am able to read them.