Doug makes it sound very exciting. And I know he would really like to make the trip too.
Did a little bit of this with my family as a teenager. Would like to do more with the family I am going to have.
I had a dog growing up, and have wanted my own dog since leaving the military.
I want my own place. Even though it means the maintenance will no longer be somebody else's responsibility, it will be nice to answer only to myself when it comes to yard work or deciding to have a pet.
It would be nice to not owe money. A mortgage or car loan, while debt, is not something I am including in this goal.
For the experience.
I want to participate in an organized sporting event, but I hate running and I fear open water and bicycles.
There is a greater sense of accomplishment from eating my own food.
I want to have a family with my husband.
I have an insatiable need for learning.
I want to pay it forward.
I love being a student. If I could figure out a way to make being a full-time student profitable, I would quit my job and only be a student.
I've been to Europe already a few times. I've never been to Asia though. Not sure why, perhaps I have felt that Europe would be a safer place for a woman to travel alone. But on my last trip to Europe, I met several young women who had traveled solo in Asia with no problems.
I really enjoy rugby. While traveling in Scotland I had the chance to watch part of the World Rugby Cup of 2007. The crowds in the pubs were full of life just watching the matches on the television. I would love to experience that vibrant crowd feeling at a live match.