Writing Challenge – Day 24: Discuss a spontaneous moment in your life that that turned out to be fantastic.
When I lived in Australia, I used sometimes buy a bus ticket, go to the final bus stop, and go back to the city. Sometimes I stopped for food or to explore. Sometimes I did this with my dear housemates. We’d be bored out of our minds, one of us would say “let’s get food”, and we’d end up somewhere and have a good time. To me, spontaneity doesn’t have to manifest in big surprise adventures. Sometimes is just great to give yourself a little gift, like go somewhere and have a perfect little dessert with a perfect little cup of tea, a delicious smoothie, or try food you’ve never tried before. Little spurs of spontaneity make life more bearable.
Song Challenge – Day 24: A song that you want to play at your funeral.
When I die, I want it to be a party. I’m not into raves, but I’d rather have a rave than a typical funeral surrounded by sad people. Hell, I’d like to have a jazz funeral: