Oct 262010
 

A while back, honorary SQL geek Sarah Sjolander (blog | twitter) posted her bucket list after watching the movie of the same name. I have yet to see that movie, but thought I’d share my own personal bucket list that (until now) resided only in my head. These items are listed in descending order of the possibility of them ever occurring. Enjoy!

  • Attend a Weird Al Yankovic concert – been wanting to get to one of Al’s shows since I discovered his music in 4th grade
  • Go Skydiving – my mother will kill me
  • Visit Hoover Dam – and go on the most technical tour they offer!
  • Go Tornado Chasing – see entry on skydiving
  • Attend the PASS Summit
  • Speak at the PASS Summit
  • Visit the Sagrada Família – I’m an architecture nut like that
  • Author or co-author a book
  • Become a Microsoft Certified Master in SQL Server
  • Change a lightbulb on the top of one of the Sears Tower’s antennae – heights don’t bother me, and the view would be amazing!

So that’s my bucket list. What’s on yours?

  7 Responses to “The Bucket List”

  1. […] morning Bob Pusateri a.k.a.@SQLBob (blog | twitter) posted his bucket list.  If we really think about, I'm sure we all have some semblance of a list of things we'd like […]

  2. Get to Weird AL – it’s amazing! Ditto for PASS – I keep trying to get back and circumstances keep conflicting, but it is definitely worth it (although maybe not as much as Weird Al!) {-:

    • Thanks Andy! I figure Weird Al will be easier to get to than PASS (far cheaper, and Al comes to me instead of me going to Seattle) but very worth it!

  3. […] Bob Pusateri (Blog | Twitter) posted his bucket list this morning and it seemed like an interesting topic for an early day such as this.  You can see his Bucket List here. […]

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  5. […] right, so Bob Pusateri ( Blog | Twitter ) posted his Bucket List this morning, and if I don’t post one right now, I’ll forget about it. I haven’t seen the […]

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