21 Things I’ve Never Done.

(This started with The Pioneer Woman, but I found it through Mama Kat and her weekly writing prompts.)

I am thirty-five years old and have not done the following:

  1. Visit Disney World.
  2. Watch the movie Titanic.
  3. Work retail.
  4. Seen a ballet performance other than The Nutcracker.
  5. Visit New Orleans.
  6. Read any of the Twilight series or watch any of the movies.
  7. Pierce any part of my body, including ears.
  8. Sleep in a sleeping bag in a tent under the stars.
  9. Read Ayn Rand.
  10. Attend a Chicago Bears game at Soldier Field.
  11. Use a Wii.
  12. Visit London.
  13. Possess a driver’s license.
  14. Attend an official viewing of Rocky Horror Picture Show.
  15. Cross-country skiing.
  16. Enjoyed prior visits to Las Vegas.
  17. Been arrested or cited for anything, in spite of plenty of underage drinking in a bar.
  18. Visit Alaska.
  19. Eat Baked Alaska.
  20. Hike Mt. Sanitas in Boulder.
  21. Toss aside my spirit of ’76 elephant to the trash or donation bin.
Some of these I would like to do realistically, others are just dreams, others are nightmares (#1 and #17, especially).

Posted on October 17, 2011, in Fantastic ideas, Meme. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. You’ve got me thinking; I wonder what my list of 21 things I’ve never done would look like.
    Never visiting any Disney or theme park would be there, so would never been up in a hot air balloon (which I want to do); never owned a microwave oven (had an easy-bake oven when I was a kid). I think I’ll follow your example, and do the post — using the folks you mention above and your blog as pointers.
    Thanks for the great idea!

  2. PS: I don’t have a driver’s license either, but do suggest you go to a showing of the Rocky Horror Picture Show — the audience is as much fun as the movie! (of course, I did that many years ago when I was a much younger self, lol)

  3. Minnesota Nice

    I got to use the Wii while at rehab. It was the bowling game, to practice my balance. I wasn’t quite able to stand by myself so I had to have an aide on either side of me, but I bowled over 200 a couple of times. (I think playing it so much also contributed to the wrist problems I have now….)


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