This last year has been interesting: I went hang-gliding at Kitty Hawk, chased crabs by flashlight on the beach, wrote (and acted in) a one-act play, taught a class, destroyed a car, bought a car, rode the Harry Potter ride at MGM (twice), walked with sharks and swam with dolphins in the Bahamas.
I attended the short film festival in DC, caught the Book of Mormon in New York, participated in Santarchy in Pittsburgh (as Hobo-Santa), and watched a woman strip while putting together Mouse Trap (burlesque rocks!).
Not to mention stopping by a sex positive convention, assisting at a naughty freak show by standing on the back of a woman laying face and chest-first in ground glass, taking private harmonica lessons, changing employers, sword-fighting in a parking lot, and hiking by moonlight.
And this Saturday I’ll be hosting my first murder mystery dinner at my house.
So – I’m still here.
One thought on “all maps just two dollars (or, how I spent my year)”
Indeed. You have had an interesting year full of diverse happenings. Your life certainly is not boring.
We’ve done a few of the same things this past year. We may have even done them in the same places, at the same time.
Happy New Year!