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Friday, July 31, 2009

Friday Five: Childs Play Edition

Today’s Friday Five celebrates the spontaneous child in all of us… ar at least the one that we admire in someone else:

1) On a scale of 1-5, with 5 being I can’t do this now I am about to jump into a pit of plastic balls at the mini-mall and 1 being I can’t do this now until I can get all of the fonts on my blog to match – where are you?
-Lots of things I can't do since my proprioception went, but lots of things I can and do. I've never stopped playing and acting like a child

2) What is the silliest/most childlike thing you have done as an adult?
-Dancing to the cadence of the copy machine. In my office. I do this often. I may think of more later...

3) Any regrets?

4) What is the silliest thing you have ever seen another adult do on purpose?
-Hmmmm? BL often dances while waiting for the light to change.

5) What is something you wish you did when you had the chance?
-Bungee Jump, absolutely! But I never had the chance.
-Zip line through the jungle. however that included going to the jungle and spending a lot of long sweaty time in the jungle, which I preferred not to do.



Purple said... way.
Zip line...yes.

Songbird said...

Oooh, zip line! That does sound adventurous.

revhipchick said...

my mother-in-law has gone on the zip line in the rain forest (only 5years ago!). i'm not sure i'd be that brave--i'm terribly fearful of heights but it sounds marvelous!

how about skydiving?

Barbara B. said...

I love the idea of dancing while waiting for the light to change!!

angela said...

I'd like to do the zip line too--but it would take me some time to decide to go anywhere in the jungle. Such things are nightmares for me.

Dancing to the rhythm of the copy machine, now I love that!! Dancing anywhere and everywhere and especially spontaneously is very important. In fact we are the Pentecostal side of the Lutheran movement at our little church--my dd and I constantly move.

Deb said...

I did the zipline and it was terrifying. And it was at the end of a high ropes course that scared me to tears. NEVER. AGAIN. I don't care who asks or for what team. BDTD and never again. And no thanks on the bungee jumping.

But I totally will dance with you at the copy machine.