I love the month of May. It is where I get to celebrate my birthday.. HAHA obviously. 2016 is the year where I turned 35. THIRTY FIVE! So here I am creating a bucket list for myself where I should be doing it 10 or 15 years ago. Well, it is never too late to start something.
Here are my top 10 list. I should have small bucket list every year so that I have some memories to look back when I sit back in front of the balcony facing the beautiful sandy beach in California. HAHA. Dream on!
1. Further my education
I am currently doing it in one of the university that offers working adults the flexibility to study while working. ODL - open distance learning. I will be completing my degree in 2020.
2. Perform Hajj and Umrah
Hajj is an imperative duty for all Muslims who have the resources and performed during the days of Hajj once in a lifetime. While Umrah, can be performed anytime during the year. InsyAllah, I pray that Allah gives the best of health to me and my husband also my family to perform both.
3. Travel to Europe
My husband and I wish to visit the European countries - especially France, Spain and Italy. He said after we graduate in 2020, we can celebrate our 10th anniversary by touring Europe in 10 days. Without the kids for sure.
A lot of people say this #YOLO - you only live once. Of course we are. Who has ever found they lived twice? Skydiving sounds scary than paragliding. Now that should be fun, right?
5. Fly in a hot-air balloon
I know I am not afraid of heights and I hope I didn't get air sickness. And, with Mr. Fruitheart beside me.. it should be romantic kind of thing.
I lived in the tropics, so when I see snow I might go "OOOOHH" "WHOA". I was born in Malaysia, what do you expect? HAHA. Never in my whole life until now, touch or feel the snow.
7. Go on a cruise
So I can act like Kate Winslet in Titanic. But instead of Leo DiCaprio, I will have my beloved husband holding my hands on the deck.
8. Enroll to baking or cooking class
I think I have said this to Mr. Fruitheart many times. He must have got bored of the same thing I said but didn't do. Whenever I am ready to roll my sleeve. I would love to see my family smiley faces whenever I try something new that makes their tummy happy.
9. Go on a holiday with my father
My dearest father is going to be 61 this year. He has never brought us to a family holiday except "balik kampung" during festive seasons which is Hari Raya. I didn't have the chance to do this with my mother, so I better do for my father. His birthday is on Nov, so I better plan soon.
10. Visit Disney World Park all 4 of them, or maybe just Florida and Paris
I grew up watching Disney movie, and I would love to visit the place once. It will be a great place to spend with the kids.
P/S: One day, you will wake up and there won't be any more time to do the things you've always wanted. Do it now. - Paul Coelho