Thursday, April 09, 2015

A - Z My Bucket List 'H'

Accomplished:
HOST a dinner party
Go to a HORSE race and bet on a HORSE (Ascot, the day Frankie Dettori won every race!)
Decorate outside for a HOLIDAY (went to town a few years for halloween!)
Grow your HAIR long
Cut your HAIR really short (thanks mum!)
Stay in a 5* HOTEL (Jeff treated me for my 50th birthday!)
Visit HAMPTON court palace
Get a HENNA tattoo
Take part in HUNDRED days of things to be grateful for

To-Do:
Stay in a HAUNTED house
Buy a HOLIDAY home (in Italy for me of course!)
Ride a HORSE
Ride in a HOT AIR balloon
Drive a HUSKY sled
Start a HERB garden
HOLIDAY in a mountain cabin, with snow and real fires

11 comments:

  1. I thought about the hot air balloon thing but I am so afraid of an accident. I realize lots of balloons are launched without incident all the time but it'd be just my luck. lol Also, be careful what you wish for about staying in a haunted house.

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  2. Stay in a haunted house is something I've always wanted to do. And now that I have a house, I plan to start that herb garden. :)

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  3. Stay in a Haunted House? You'll want to stop by and check out my post today.

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  4. The hot air balloon idea is the only one I would not do. Lovely graphics! And thanks for commenting on my blog.

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  5. I think it could be fun in a hot air balloon; hope you can get to do that one soon!

    betty

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  6. I hope you don't combine the haunted house with the cabin - you'd feel like you were in The Shining.

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  7. nice list - I am fan of Hampton Court Palace..

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  8. I NEED to start an herb garden! It's on the must-do list!

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  9. Holiday home in Italy? That goes on my list too :)

    @TarkabarkaHolgy from
    Multicolored Diary - Epics from A to Z
    MopDog - 26 Ways to Die in Medieval Hungary

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  10. I love this idea! What a fun theme!

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  11. The Hermitage is amazing, well all of St Petersburg is amazing, but I especially loved the Hermitage. They have this big golden peacock (I think it's some sort of mechanical decoration) which I was fascinated with when we went. :-)

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