Saturday, December 05, 2009

TBWCYL Day 338 - Rainbow chaser

I was supposed to dig at the end of a rainbow yesterday but I couldn't find one. You would think the makers of this book would have had some forethought to say, "We should only make tasks that are achievable". I thought I might stumble across a fake one on the street and I would just dig at it but I couldn't find one.

I feel like the last of the tasks are less interesting than the beginning ones. I haven't had tasks the level of 'give yourself an enema' or 'don't talk all day'. I honestly feel the days winding down and can't wait until January 1st when I don't have to remember to check my book before I leave the house so I can figure out what I have to do for the day.

That is all,


3 Ripples in the pond:

Soda and Candy said...

You won't know what to do with yourself!

I think you should metamorphose this task into an excuse to eat Skittles.

Taste the rainbow... and then bury it... in your tummy...

; )

Anonymous said...


Here is a task that could be fun. I am sure you can add a creative/fun twist to this. In the article that I linked they left a note/evaluation on cars in the mall in terms of their habbits that prevent or encourage a theft to their vehicle. It may be unlocked doors, packages in sight in the car, etc. I can envision the task as something helping your common man at the same time having the risk of people wandering what the heck is that guy doing. Just an idea for the holiday season that my be more fun than the daily task the book assigns.

Trinity said...

S&C - I love that you supplied an idea that involves candy since you are supposed to be knowledgeable in that area. I should have used skittles. Damn! Why didn't I think of that?