What have I never done?
- been skydiving
- been to a foreign country
- touched an electric fence
- Gone cow tipping
- fixed a sprinkler, Bryan does that.
- Visited the east coast of the US
- gone hunting- nor do I ever want to
- Finished reading Huck Finn by Mark Twain
- gone sailing
- failed a class, though I was horrified to get kicked out of one once at BYU. They don’t let you take a language class there until you take a placement test (to avoid letting the Returned Missionaries get easy A’s in language classes) and I did not know this policy. I was an honors student, I cried when the teacher kicked me out. That had never happened to me before.
- slept under the stars. I always have a tent over me… I am not that brave.
- gone wind surfing or kite surfing
- completed a whole triathlon. I have done a relay for it, but never done the whole thing.
- read the Hunger Games, which all my friends are buzzing about.
- been in a play. I have been in a musical and a ballet though.
- watched Lost.
- Licked a spark plug…
- I don’t look good in leggings… and I’ve never…
- Been to Boston in the Fall.
(okay the last three were stolen from the Veggies tales Song “ the Pirates Who Don’t Do Anything”- great song, you should listen to it!)
What have you never done?
shannon Brown June 25, 2009 at 9:18 a.m.
we LOVE that song! hehe!
You've never watched LOST!? It is my favorite show!
I'm planning to read Hunger Games next month (my MIL is bringing her copy for me when we comes to visit).
Tamra June 27, 2009 at 1:16 a.m.
I have never done most of the things on your list either. Except I grew up in the East Coast, completed a triathlon when I was 11, have read the Hunger Games, which I highly recommend, and I have been to Boston in the Fall, which is gorgeous. Oh, and i have seen a few episodes of Lost, but only bits here and there so I have no idea what is going on. I have the feeling that even if I did watch it regularly I still would have no idea what was going on.
Melinda June 28, 2009 at 11:13 p.m.
LOST IS AMAZING! haha!
Lydia July 16, 2009 at 4:02 p.m.
You'll have to bring the family and come visit Syracuse! Then you'll have been on the East Coast. (Well, further east than Washington state) And, while visiting, we can drive an hour north to Canada. Then you'll have been to a foreign country. (And during the drive, you can read Huck Finn if reading in the car doesn't make you sick.) See, it's all planned!