Everyone has a bucket list, and here’s mine. Here are 10 things I want to do before I die.

Go snorkeling in the Caribbean – Is there anything more beautiful (and ominous) than the ocean?

Drive a racecar – If I ever get the chance to do the Dale Earnhardt Experience, I would LOVE to do this.

Go for a ride in a hot air balloon – I’m a little afraid of heights, but I would deal with it for the chance to do this once…

Go on a European Cruise – I went on my first cruise to Bermuda in 2015, and if I ever get the chance to go on one again, it will be a European cruise. Boston to Barcelona, I’m there…

Get Involved in an Organization for Abused Women – Physical, emotional, mental or sexual…abuse is abuse, and this is something I feel very strongly about. I would love to participate in some type of event or volunteer for an organization that helps abused women. I know. I know…my feminism is showing.

Pet a Tiger – I believe there is a conservation or a zoo in the Carolinas that is also a tiger sanctuary where you can legitimately pet a baby tiger. I’m all over this one…

Take a road trip across country – From Boston to San Francisco, I would to rent an RV and drive across the country and back, seeing everything in between—including Route 66, the casinos in Vegas, and taking my picture near all my favorite “stars” on Hollywood Boulevard in LA.

Visit the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame – The PERECT time to visit would be when (and, yes, I said WHEN…) Bon Jovi gets inducted to the Hall of Fame, which WILL happen, and at which time I will meet the band themselves. Don’t throw shade on my dream…

Dance in a Pole Competition – Sadly I’m too old for the Olympics, but I’m not too old to compete in Pole dance competitions. I’ve been taking lessons for the last 4 years, so I might be able to do this in another couple years. Maybe you’ll see me on TV or YouTube some day…

Sing on Stage – ONE Last Time… And, finally, if I ever get the chance to sing on stage again, I’ll die a happy woman.

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