See Garth Brooks perform live.
It was amazing and better than I imagined. (People say that, but they don't mean it. I really mean it.) During the drive to Nashville for the concert, we started a pretty heavy discussion about The Bucket List. What's on it? What qualifies? We decided there is a "Bucket List" which contains the most important things. Things that you would sincerely be upset with if you did not complete in your lifetime. Things that you just really, really feel the need to do. Then, there's the "That'd be pretty freakin' awesome, but it's not necessary List". This would be things that you would love to do, but wouldn't regret not doing. There's a big difference in these lists. Ever since the trip, I've been really trying to fill up my bucket. I only have on item, but I'm working on it. I don't want to fill it up just to have it full. I want true and honest bucket-list-worthy items.
lauren's bucket list:
#1. Learn how to play the guitar.
lauren's that-would-be-freakin'-awesome list:
#1. Get professional pictures taken. I'm talking hair stylist, make-up artist, wardrobe, manicurist, badass camera that would hide all flaws, professional studio, and big fan to blow my newly-styled hair around. This item is also closing in on the bucket list.
That's all I have for now.