" It's a good way, usually busy tired, never got a chance to think about what you want. Travels, you are slow to hear their own inner voice.This time knew all along, I'm still fond of singing. I want to try brand bride s.h. E is not the same thing. Who are not sure that I will have tomorrow if you don't want to regret, have to live in the moment, I want to do is Sing, sing something I want to sing songs.
A number of years ago I earned my private pilot's license. I had to give it up with the arrival of kids but someday, I would like to fly some aerobatics. I have it in my head that I really need to perform a hammer-head stall maneuver.
I'd also like to really, I mean really understand physics. I like looking at things and understanding what's going on under the surface and to be able to do that at any scale is on my list.
I also feel compelled to build a sentient robot.
Trier was a cool city. Some of the nicest Roman ruins outside Italy. It was a short drive from Spangdahlem, were I lived in the late 80's, so we went there a lot for shopping & sightseeing.
Antarctica would be my bucket list destination- I actually applied for a NOAA technician position in 1990 when I left the Air Force.
It really is amazing when you think about it -- It makes me happy to realize how basically happy I am (a positive feedback loop :-)
If I never visited anything in person, but just got to read about stuff and watch stuff on TV ... so long as I have my family and friends ... I'm happy...
It is amazing how few things we all really want.
BTW, a good friend of mine drives a good chunk of the old Route 66 from Flagstaff to Oklahoma City and back every couple years. I don't really see the attraction, but some of the old history, like Cadillac Ranch, is still out there.
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