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Saturday
Jan152011

Get It On

Over dinner tonight, my friend Becky and I were talking about how much we were enjoying Post A Day and decided that we want to push ourselves to do something more interesting than we might otherwise. Actually, we decided that we want to push each other to do something more interesting than we might otherwise.1 So we’ve designated the fourth Friday of each month as Challenge Day. At some point prior to that, we will each issue a challenge to each other to blog about something specific that we probably wouldn’t otherwise. On Challenge Day, we will post our responses.

This should be fun.




1 The same idea applied to our improv show tonight, were I challenged Becky to incorporate her yoga instructor’s gong into a scene. She rose to the occasion, and I knew she would.

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