I had such grand plans for my day off today. I was going to get up early and go hiking in Lamar Valley with Jayne and then write up a post about it this evening complete with pretty pictures.
Then I got sick and hardly slept last night. I had to text Jayne and cancel on her in the morning, then I rolled over and went back to bed for a few more hours.
Still, today’s a post day and I have to put something up. Concentration is lacking for a deep, thought provoking post and nothing else interesting has happened of late, so instead, how about a game?
We’re all getting ready to go on an RVing trip. In the comments below, list one thing you’re going to make sure we don’t leave behind. The catch is each new item has to begin with the next letter in the alphabet.
To start things off, I’m going to make sure we have an air conditioner, because it’s the middle of summer!
Now the next person to comment lists something beginning with the letter “B”, the person after that “C”, and so forth. Your item can be as practical or far-fetched as you want. It’ll be interesting to see what all we end up loading in our hypothetical RV, haha.
One last thing. Understand that first time commenters need to have their comments approved by me before it’ll show up on the website (it’s how I keep spam out), so we may have some duplicate letters and that’s okay. This isn’t something to be taken too seriously, just a fun way to pass some time while I’m stuck home sick.
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