Monday, August 25, 2008

things to do on a rainy day

I'm at the beach. It's raining. Hard.

Here is a list of things I can do today:

  1. Read
  2. Write
  3. Watch movies
  4. Do Aerobics
  5. Clean
  6. Play the game of Life
  7. Play Guitar Hero or Rock Band
  8. Laundry
  9. Bake or cook something comforting
  10. Pick my nose
  11. Eat, drink, and be merry
  12. Decorate for Christmas
  13. Coordinate my outfits for the next week.
  14. Color my hair (probably red since I have a thing)
  15. Get inked


These are my options. Can you pick out the items that I won't be doing?

Do you have any other suggestions?

12 comments:

  1. I think it depends on your interests. Do you like doing anything artistic other than writing--photography or painting/drawing?

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  2. Reading is fundamental.

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  3. If you do aerobics, can you please wear a unitard and sweat bands? And also leg warmers? Oh, and put the web cam on so I can see this. thx. LOL

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  4. I vote for movies. But then again, I almost always vote for movies...

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  5. Hm. I'm liking the aerobics thing more and more...

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  6. Not doing: cleaning, laundry, picking your nose, playing the game of life

    Doing:Eating, drinking, being merry

    It's what I would be doing if I were at the beach and it was raining. But I would be too intoxicated to read anything or write something that made sense!

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  7. That stinks. I leave for the beach on Thurs and it's expected to rain the entire time. :(

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  8. You would not be doing 5, 8, 10, 12, 13. I say go out and get inked. :-D

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  9. go red!
    i love being a redhead, even if it comes from a bottle these days.
    (damn silver hair...at 37!!)

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  10. oh...and if you are going for ink, wait for meeeeeeeeeeeeeee

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  11. Gah... we had a mixed day. But I had to take mom to the doctor's and there was no wireless signal in sight nor a decent source of espresso for miles.

    It was like being marooned in the 3rd world.

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