Monday, February 2, 2015


The word that I randomly landed on is fulfill.  Fulfill essentially means to succeed in achieving.  You will first notice my image below.  (Excuse the drawing, which I feel I must translate.)  The drawing is of a girl who finally gets her hands on a piece of chocolate.  She has fulfilled that craving.  I, of course, would know nothing about that.

Next, you will find my audio version of a certain fulfillment.  Let's just say TGIF:

Last, is my written component to fulfill.  No pun intended!

To fulfill is to complete an act satisfactorily.  When I think of this, I think of a bucket list.  How many of you have a bucket list?  I used to not believe in such a thing but lately, I've been rethinking this.  I'm not exactly sure why but I suppose I've been wanting to achieve certain tasks that don't have such finite deadlines, which makes me think of the term bucket list.  I don't have a formal bucket list yet but I am starting to think about what I would put on it if I had said bucket list...which I don't.  See, I clearly have an issue with the idea of having a bucket list.  Yet, I am admitting that one strategy for achieving fulfillment is to make a list of specific goals.  To fulfill can be left to interpretation as it can mean so many different things to different people, which is the magic of the word.


  1. I agree with every word, thank you for sharing

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