Father Lives Vicariously Through Daughter As She Lives Their Dream

“What do you want to do before you die?”

  • A Father Sees Daughter Live His Dream After 18 Years | The Buried Life

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    The four guys behind YouTube’s The Buried Life channel have two missions: The first is to complete their very own “100 Things To Do Before You Die” lists. The second being—you guessed it—to help others go after their own lists.

    “What do you want to do before you die?” They ask.

    For 18 year old Brianna, who has never left her small town of Isleta Pueblo, N.M., her dream had always been to go to Italy. Her father, a painter, was a major influence.

    Her answer to the question, which came in the form of a story, touched the hearts of The Buried Life and they decided they had to fulfill her dream of a trip to Italy. With the help of Contiki, Brianna’s dream became reality.

    “In a way, a part of him is coming with me,” she said as she bid her dad goodbye at the airport.

    Here’s to hoping that one day they will be able to share the view of The Pantheon side-by-side.

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