One Act A Day: December, 2012

December 31, 2012: Welcome in the new year!

December 30, 2012: Go to a new church.

December 29, 2012: Reread a book you haven’t read since you were a child.

December 28, 2012: Build a birdhouse.

December 27, 2012: Go caroling.

December 26, 2012: Catch up on your writing.

December 25, 2012: Open Christmas presents.

December 24, 2012: Celebrate Christ’s birth!

December 23, 2012: Drink chocolate wine.

December 22, 2012: Hang out with seminarians and priests.

December 21, 2012: Go dancing at a country bar (even if you’re not country).

December 20, 2012: Do something awessome for the not-end-of-the-world.

December 19, 2012: Watch the Les Miserables advanced screening!

December 18, 2012: Sing non-English karaoke.

December 17, 2012: Talk on the phone with a confidante.

December 16, 2012: Open your heart.

December 15, 2012: Throw a tacky Christmas party.

December 14, 2012: Go to a prayer service, just as support.

December 13, 2012: Dust (maybe wear a mask… just in case).

December 12, 2012: Get married (at 12:12, preferably).

December 11, 2012: Fight the flu!

December 10, 2012: Go to a Pre-Christmas Party.

December 9, 2012: Start a countdown. Any kind of countdown (it’s always nice to look forward to things)!

December 8, 2012: Give in to verbal diarrhea. See how that goes for you.

December 7, 2012: Play your favourite band’s newest song over and over.

December 6, 2012: Welcome St. Nicholas into your home.

December 5, 2012: Eat some Leprechaun pie at Brewsters.

December 4, 2012: Believe.

December 3, 2012: Go Christmas shopping.

December 2, 2012: Hold someone’s hand.

December 1, 2012: Put up your Christmas tree.

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