One Act A Day: April, 2012

April 30, 2012: Buckle down and study!

April 29, 2012: Listen to the Les Misérables soundtrack. Just do it.

April 28, 2012: Go bowling.

April 27, 2012: Write a letter to your future spouse.

April 26, 2012: Go and visit some out of town friends.

April 25, 2012: Go watch a hockey game (I can’t believe I just said that…)

April 24, 2012: Again… TAKE A BREAK!

April 23, 2012: VOTE!

April 22, 2012: Go on a random road trip.

April 21, 2012: Try public speaking.

April 20, 2012: Write a letter to someone you love. A real letter (I feel like I may have posted this already, but it’s worth mentioning again).

April 19, 2012: Say no to the ice cream.

April 18, 2012: Make a video.

April 17, 2012: Listen.

April 16, 2012: Get around using public transit. Yes, it takes longer, but you’re helping the environment and have more time to appreciate your surroundings.

April 15, 2012: Again, do your homework.

April 14, 2012: Create a parody of a popular song and then present to a group of appreciative individuals.

April 13, 2012: Walk around the ladder.

April 12, 2012: Educate yourself on your provincial political parties.

April 11, 2012: Bask in the first real warm day of the year.

April 10, 2012: Have a good cry and then load up on Advil for the headache you will then have.

April 9, 2012: Take an acting class.

April 8, 2012: Get together with family and friends and eat a good meal.

April 7, 2012: Try not to count the minutes; it only makes the day go by slower.

April 6, 2012: Go and venerate the Holy Shroud. You might find some peace.

April 5, 2012: Laugh at snow, lightening, and thunder.

April 4, 2012: Revel in the extraordinary.

April 3, 2012: See how long you can stay on your feet.

April 2, 2012: Find the silver lining in something bad.

April 1, 2012: Pull the best April Fools’ joke on someone who needs it.



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