That’s what a long time favorite writer, Angela Giles-Klocke , wrote about in her recent blog post. She writes about doing thirty-five truly fearless, crazy things in her thirty-fifth year. I’m 43 so my list will be a bit longer. Forget age. I will settle with ten crazy fearless things to do this year. It’s difficult enough to keep up with the not-so-crazy mundane things, I shall keep from overwhelming myself more. Afterall, there’s a one year old running loose in the house. Shouldn’t that count as number one?
1. Take my horse on a trail ride off our property. That means somewhere else where the gobblins are bigger and spookier.
2. Build an garden arbor in my backyard.
3. Get some photography in a gallery.
4. Get a Voice-Over demo recorded and submitted
5. Sing at a church service. Maybe Sunday night or Wednesday night. Okay, Sunday morning.
6. Photograph 100 strangers.
7. Finish writing and submit for publication my very passionate article on the senior living industry.
8. Upgrade my camera and lenses and start shooting professionally.
9. Make a short film with my husband.
10. Finish my rural Texas photo book and get it published.
The photo in this entry is one I took a few years ago on the way to Amarillo. I do not recall now what town it was in but the last time I drove that route, I do not recall seeing the sign. For some reason, it remains one of my favorites in all of my Texas Backroads collection.