My favorite thing in the world is learning about people's secrets. I've always been a pretty open person in my life, which is not to say I'll share with you the most intimate details of my life unprovoked, but there isn't really a question that I won't answer.
Tonight, I hung out with the 4 members of You People who were available for our normal rehearsal. We went to Guthrie's and played Loaded Questions. Halfway through the game, we decided the questions were boring and safe and just started making up our own. Eventually we just abandoned the game and started taking turns asking questions. It was the best. I hope to do it with the whole team soon.
Monday, July 19, 2010
So the Museum of Science and Industry is doing a...I guess you'd call it a promotional event, where someone will spend 30 days basically imprisoned in the Museum and blogging about their experience. As anyone reading this knows, I'm a great blogger, so of course I considered entering. It would be interesting and I would receive 10 grand plus prizes upon completion. In the end though, I know that the time away from Kristen, my friends, the Internet (to an extent), and just my life would probably break me.
What I did come up with is a list of a couple of things I could spend 30 days doing (Morgan Spurlock eat your heart out).
- Eating pizza
- Drinking only milk
- Watching only movies (that means no broadcast tv, no hulu, no TV on DVD, only films)
- Listen to only Blink-182
- Write a handwritten letter to a different person.
- Read a play daily (This one might actually have legs. I could start a new blog called 30 Plays in 30 Days)
Any other suggestions?
Here's the link in case you think you're up for the challenge.