The End of the World is Not Here

Good to know we’re all still alive today, 12/12/12, even over in Italy.

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“It’s just a cute day,” said Underwood Dudley, a retired professor of mathematics at DePauw University in Greencastle, Ind., and author of “Numerology.” Dudley adds, “the delusion of numerologists is that numbers have a power over events, but they don’t. Just because it’s 12-12-12 doesn’t mean anything will happen. It would happen anyway.” (source)

The end of the world isn’t here which simply means you should continue living your life for today because you never know when another looney will predict the end of the world and he may or may not be right.

That being said, let’s talk about bucket lists, and how I created one for 2011.
2012 is now almost over, 19 days left, and I only crossed off 3 1/2 of the things I wanted to do since 2011:

- Bull Riding live!
– Read the Twilight Saga
Meet Eric Townsend!
– Be a ‘Big Sister’ (this is the 1/2 because I did submit the app, but never heard from them)

Isn’t this awful? Am I not living my life to the fullest? I feel like such a failure; and most of the things are so easy! It’s hard to believe how short a time we have here on earth. We just come and go, whilst things that you want to experience live on for the next person to experience, if they can, while they’re alive.

Without getting too deep here… if while you’re alive and well and you have the world at your fingertips, why not experience the world and all it has to offer? Why not create expiration-less bucket lists of amazing moments-to-be?

In the name of the new year, without declaring this a “2013 Bucket List,” I’m going to try my damnest to get through said 2011 list, if I don’t, I don’t. But if I do then I’ll only have lived a more exciting New Year.

“We live, we die, and the wheels on the
bus go round and round.” – The Bucket List

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