I stole this from Jenni’s blog and made a couple adjustments. Just boldface the items that you HAVE done, and leave the rest normal…. Or do what I did—boldface the items you have done and color purple all the ones you’d really, really like to do someday. And write the words “I think” in parentheses if you’re pretty sure you’ve done it, but you can’t really remember because half your brain cells have gone the way of ___________ (I forget the rest of the cliche).

1. Started your own blog

2. Slept under the stars

3. Played in a band

4. Visited Hawaii

5. Watched a meteor shower

6. Visited 24 zoos in 5 months.

7. Been to Disneyland/world

8. Climbed a mountain.

9. Held a praying mantis

10. Sang a solo

11. Bungee jumped

12. Visited Paris

13. Watched a lightning storm at sea

14. Taught yourself an art from scratch

15. Adopted a child

16. Had food poisoning (I think)

17. Walked to the top of the Statue of Liberty

18. Grown your own vegetables

19. Seen the Mona Lisa in France

20. Slept on an overnight train

21. Had a pillow fight

22. Hitch hiked

23. Taken a sick day when you’re not ill

24. Built a snow fort

25. Held a lamb (maybe just a baby pig)

26. Gone skinny dipping

27. Run a Marathon

28. Ridden in a gondola in Venice

29 Seen a total eclipse (I think)

30. Watched a sunrise or sunset

31. Hit a home run

32. Been on a cruise

33 Seen Niagara Falls in person

34. Visited the birthplace of your ancestors

35. Seen an Amish community

36. Taught yourself a new language

37. Had enough money to be truly satisfied

38. Seen the Leaning Tower of Pisa in person

39. Gone rock climbing

40. Seen Michelangelo’s David

41 Sung karaoke

42. Seen Old Faithful geyser erupt

43. Bought a stranger a meal in a restaurant

44. Visited Africa

45 Walked on a beach by moonlight

46. Been transported in an ambulance (with a friend who was sick)

47. Had your portrait painted

48. Gone deep sea fishing

49. Seen the Sistine Chapel in person

50. Been to the top of the Eiffel Tower in Paris

51. Gone scuba diving or snorkeling

52. Kissed in the rain

53. Played in the mud

54. Gone to a drive-in theater

55. Been in a movie (my cousin Kelly was the director—she was 10)

56. Visited the Great Wall of China

57. Started a business (with hubby)

58. Taken a martial arts class

59. Visited Russia

60 Served at a soup kitchen

61. Sold Girl Scout Cookies

62. Gone whale watching

63. Gotten flowers for no reason

64 Donated blood, platelets, or plasma

65. Gone sky diving

66 Visited a Nazi Concentration Camp

67 Bounced a check

68. Flown in a helicopter

69. Saved a favorite childhood toy

70. Visited the Lincoln Memorial

71. Eaten Caviar

72. Pieced a quilt

73. Stood in Times Square

74. Toured the Everglades

75. Been fired from a job

76. Seen the Changing of the Guards in London

77. Broken a bone

78. Been on a speeding motorcycle

79 Seen the Grand Canyon in person

80. Published a book

81. Visited the Vatican

82. Bought a brand new car

83. Walked in Jerusalem

84. Had your picture in the newspaper

85. Read the entire Bible

86. Visited the White House

87. Killed and prepared an animal for eating

88. Had chickenpox

89. Saved someone’s life

90. Sat on a jury

91. Met someone famous

92. Joined a book club

93. Lost a loved one

94. Had a baby (Jenni put “lol” on hers. She has 12.)

95. Seen the Alamo in person

96. Swam in the Great Salt Lake

97. Been involved in a lawsuit (threatened)

98. Owned a cell phone

99. Been stung by a bee

Anyone else trying to avoid work? (Please ignore my complete ignorance when it comes to copying/pasting things into my blog and messing with fonts and colors and such.)

If you do this survey, please come tell me, so I can go read it!

And if you’re extra bored, let me know which one of  my answers surprised you most. Or which one you’d like a little more detail on.

17 thoughts on “procrastination

  1. swbtsmom

    No, duhhhhh. #95! Sorry.

    Drive-in movies are great fun in Texas – we take our picnic blankets and snacks, and lay out in front of our cars on a beautiful night. In high school (70s), the local drive-in had a $5/carload price, so we’d take the largest car we could come up with, stack ’em deep inside and pack the trunk! Then we’d watch the movies from the swingsets in front of the theater.

    Oh gosh – I think I may be a redneck… 🙂

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