Hey all. Just a quick blurb of an entry this morning as I am scampering myself out the door. But, before I go, I wanted to address a question I heard on my local news this morning while waiting for the traffic report.
Apparently, everyone's doing this list of "One Hundred Things To Do Before You Die." I guess they're showing up all over the place.
Anyway, I can't think of one hundred things. In fact, I can't even think of one thing. But, as I'm scooting around Milwaukee this morning, I'll try to think of something and update this entry when I can.
However, before I post mine, I was wondering if any of you out there in this great, big world have ONE thing you'd like to do before you die? Just one thing. And, you really don't have to be all that serious, ya know? I mean, if you want to say "I'd really like to learn how to stop eating so much chocolate before I die," I'm all for it.
So, that said, I am off. Have a great morning, and I'm looking forward to hopefully finding some great ideas.
***UPDATE*** Okay... Insofar as I really like Paul's suggestion to become immortal before I die, I really don't know how to go about doing that without significant medical assistance. And, well, this IS America, and our health care system is more like Somalia than that of Canada.
Anyway, I've narrowed it down to either hitting a home run in a major league baseball park (it doesn't have to be during a game. I just want someone to serve a sweet one up for me to whallop just to see if I have what it takes to go the distance), OR, I'd like to kick field goals in Lambeau Field in February just to see how far I can boot one in the cold.
Aside from that, the runners up are:
Driving a lap at Indy, getting married, or doing shots of tequilla with the Dalai Lama.