Wednesday, March 9

Some assignments.

  • Read a book by someone you think you'll really disagree with. And read it without passion, so that you can see his or her side of things. (This means that #4 has to read something by Anne Coulter. BWAHAHA! For my mom, something by Anne Lamott.)
  • Learn to argue without venom. And without certitude.
  • Be generous when you don't feel like it.
  • Eat something you've never tried before.
  • Quit doubting yourself so much.
  • Drive home using a different route.
  • Be the one he or she can call at 3:00 a.m.
  • Call him or her at 3:00 a.m.
  • Quit thinking you're morally superior to those with whom you don't agree.
  • Be someone you respect.
  • Get some sleep, already.
  • Take your vitamins.
  • Take a risk.


christ*el #3tx said...

yes ma'am.

oh, and ( o )( o )

Allie#3ga said...

and ( for me ) "ms. fear, anger, hurt .... TEAR DOWN THAT WALL"

*L'ola said...

i'm gonna avoid an Ann Coulter book because I might not make it through without my hairs catching fire, but I did watch Pres. Bush speak about privetizing social security on our local news today without clenching or commenting aloud to no one. does that count?

and ima try at least 3 others on the list. for you. because i love.

MajorMike said...

Or Char (or me for that matter) trying to read Molly Givins. Sheesh. Venom without reason. That's my style of editorial.

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