Something I discovered searching through the “my documents” file on my home computer yesterday made me smile and just a tad sad too. For some reason, I wrote a bucket list of things I wanted to do and accomplish back in 2010. There were about 20 items on that list and a decade later I find many of the things I thought were important back then still remain unfulfilled. We were able to make a return trip to Hawaii and have enjoyed a couple of cruises that were items on my list, but most of the personal development things I listed a decade ago are still not accomplished. They’ve been superseded by living day today, some happy and very sad events and work requirements. I am not sure whether I should be amused by what I thought was important in 2010 or sad because I can’t remember why I made the list in the first place. If I were to make a new bucket list today, there would be a new item right at the top of the list. That would be celebrating a month without a doctors visit or waiting for test results of one kind or another. Living long enough to qualify for Medicare would be a very close second. That’s the way I see it.