What are the top items on your anti-bucket list — those things you never, ever want to do, places you never want to visit, books you never want to read, etc.?

When did the bucket list become a thing? It has been a thing for a while and for all intents and purposes, it is a good reminder to make time to think about the wonders in this world while you are still in it. I suppose that an anti-bucket list is a good thing to help cross things off that you do not want to be distracted by and to help focus yourself on the things that you truly value.

I know that with my fear of heights I can cross off excursions to the Himalayans and any other scary peak that seems to attract a fair amount of visitors; those mountains needn’t fear to ever feel my footprints on their backs.

I scared the pants off of myself scuba diving way too deep so that is another activity that needn’t be explored again.

I have no desire to travel to Russia. I am sure that it is a lovely place and the people are very friendly and lovely as well, but I just don’t feel the desire.

Same goes for much of Asia except for Thailand.

When it comes to cooking; I cannot think of anything that I won’t cook or bake, I truly can’t so there is no bucket for me; it is more of a broad horizon of possibilities.

That’s all I have for now.