Wednesday, August 27, 2008

An Accomplishment not on the list.

I do have regular Accomplishments that are not featured in the tome, "97 Things To Do Before You Finish High School," believe it or not. Waking up in the morning -- now THERE'S an Accomplishment. Walking and chewing gum at the same time -- I'm a master at that!

And one thing I Accomplished that I'm quite pleased about: I fixed the comment part on the blog so that anyone -- not just blogspotters or Googlers or whatever -- can share their thoughts, their views, their dreams... and if you want to give me love, be my guest.

Back to regularly scheduled Accomplishing. When I actually do one. Pfffft.

3 comments:

dolin said...

Yay, now I can comment!

Michele said...

Hey, Karen!

I love this idea "97 things to do before I turn 97"!!

I was thinking of making my own list after I found out the guy who wrote "1000 Places to Visit Before You Die" died in his very own home after only visiting half of the places on his list. In his own home! Ironic, huh?

So far your list is very selfless and charitable. Good for you! I hate to admit, my goals are all very selfish and hedonistic.

Well, thanks for commenting on my site. You know, you got me thinking... in my story about Paul Young, I was trying to pinpoint the date and place and may have been confused. I know I saw Todd Rundgrend with Utopia at the Kabuki and the layout was very dinner theater with the band on the floor standing near the dinner tables. But the Paul Young concert was a whole different venue, with him up on a stage. So I'm thinking I may have been confused and maybe I was at the same show you went to at the Warfield Theater. He was up on a stage, not down on the floor (like the Kabuki).

Sorry to ramble. I'm going to go and read more of your 97 goals.

Sparkleneely said...

Thanks, Michele! And back atcha -- I love your blog and your writing!

it's actually from a book: "(7 Things To Do Before You Finish High School." Um... I totally have NOT done those things. And my life is utterly selfish and hedonistic, so let's see if any of these "good deeds" pay off.

I KNOW! I can't believe he died by hitting his head at home, after going to all those places!!! there's some irony or just bad luck for you...

I would love it if we were at the same concert. The whole small world thing is so thrilling sometimes... :)