Seven Days

Little Lotto by Tommia Wright
Little Lotto by Tommia Wright

In response to the Daily Post’s challenge of: You wake up tomorrow morning to find all your plans have been cancelled for the next seven days and $10,000 on your dresser. Tell us about your week.

Really? No work-week plans to finalize, criticize, analyze and synthesize? Oh to dare to dream! (I know of one person who is laughing at my current balance of time-off and the fact I’m still working on taking more than one day off here and there, but I digress.)

What to do, what to do….

Train Trip! Visit a bookworm friend in Oregon, a writing friend or two in California. Dare to scuba-dive snorkel along the coast. Catch up with church family in Arizona and Colorado, enjoy service and a bible study or two. Spend a day hiking where I’ve never hiked before (all right, that map is large, but then so are my possibilities), explore a new cave or cavern.

Then there’s the ‘have camera will shoot’ approach of visiting different museums, finding a market to explore, a play to see, a library to wander through (honestly have yet to ever take a trip where I didn’t detour into a library).

No mini-escape would be complete without touching base with family and exploring someplace new.

Hmm, some of those wish-list items could be doable… Might have to take some serious time to compile sometime more than the “50 Things to Do” list I sent off to Art House Co-op….

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5 Responses to Seven Days

  1. Pingback: Daily Prompt – Seven Days | Joe's Musings

  2. Mari Collier says:

    I don’t think one week is adequate to squeeze in all of your “to do things.” Trips to Oregon, Arizona, and Colorado would eliminate several days.

  3. Denise Hisey says:

    Oh the possibilities!
    Trip to Oregon to see my daughter and son-in-law (and Powell’s books!), sleeping in, reading books galore, hanging out with my son and daughter-in-law, taking long walks with hubby……

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