My close friend, Malcolm, retired and moved to Cambodia. (I know, I know! Cambodia!) He has decided to fulfill his “bucket list” while he is physically able. He has already taken up scuba diving, hiking, marathon bike riding and Olympian frugalness.
This started me thinking. I want a bucket list. But what have I not done that I want to do before I die? The only thing that comes to mind immediately is to shop for a wedding gown. I am hatching a plan. First I need to go on line and research gowns. What future bride doesn't do this when she’s in her 20’s or 30’s? (The “normal” getting married ages.) I clearly missed out because a) I never married and b) nobody, except a man incapable of getting an erection, has ever asked me. After I select a few styles for this old body with extra arm flesh, sagging breasts and a large spare tire around my middle, I will have to imagine a venue and a groom. That will be the easy part I think. I have asked several friends to join me at Kleinfelds, an iconic bridal pavilion.
More will be revealed!