Thursday, March 11, 2010

Replacing Sushi

For the past two or three years, I've had three goals that aren't really vital to my life--meaning, I don't need to accomplish these goals in order to feel like my life was worthwhile.

The goals:
  1. Learn how to swim;
  2. Go camping for the first time; and
  3. Try sushi
Now that I've tried sushi, I'm thinking of replacing the third goal with another not-really-necessary goal... you know, always keep three such goals replenished throughout my life.

After thinking of several possibilities, I've decided that my new goal is [drum-roll]:
  • Go on a road-trip to Canada

7 comments:

  1. It would be cool if I could teach you how to swim and you could teach me how to dance. The only problem is that I don't think anyone, even you, could teach me how to dance. And just because I think I could teach you how to swim does't mean I really could. Oh well it is occasionally interesting to face the possibility learning to do things I don't really think I could learn to do.

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  3. Ned: If you have the desire and patience, you'll be able to learn how to dance. I'd definitely be willing to teach you (I'm a very patient teacher).

    PG: That's how I learned how to be cool.

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  4. You need to combine #1 with the new #3.

    :)

    And, if you haven't fulfilled #3 before then, I'm planning a road trip to Canada for later this summer. You'd be a welcomed guest.

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  7. I like it. I love Canadia. I'll probably drive to Seattle soon, and Vancouver/Victoria could easily be added, but...you can't come. I'd have to strap you to the top of my car, and I'm not sure when I'll be back. So...it'd be not so much a road trip and more a...an extended getaway...of course, we have yet to find out if we can stand each other for more than a few hours at a time, and I've decided road trips are dicey ways to test that unless there are enough of the right people going. Road tripping is an art I perfected over the years of weekend jaunts to Seattle, the Oregon Coast, Salt Lake, wherever...ah, road trips. Um...am I really still typing? Yep, I am. G'night!

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