My original purpose of this blog was to keep track of all of my "Things To Do" before my life expires. You know... stuff to do before you kick the bucket. Well people - here's my Bucket List or shall I say "Tabo" List. You only live once, so don't think twice. In addition to my "Tabo" List, you'll find me sharing how it's like to live the life of the wonderful share-bare. Happy Reading! ENJOY!

(inspired by the 2007 movie, The Bucket List )

1.) Pet a Tiger Cub
2.) Hold and Wrap a Snake Around Me
3.) Raise Money for a Good Cause

4.) Run a Half Marathon
5.) Run a Full Marathon

6.) Attend an Oprah Winfrey Show

7.) Meet Drew Barrymore in Person

8.) Go Dog Sledding in the Colorado Mountains
9.) Get Rock Hard Abs

10.) Write My Own Book and/or Sitcom

11.) Be in a Professional Photo Shoot
12.) Compete in a Bus Surfing Contest
13.) Step Inside of Grand Central Station in New York
14.) Cross the Golden Gate Bridge by Foot
15.) Adopt a dog named him Chaw-Lee <--I mean, Bam

16.) Learn to Swim so I Can be a Surfer Chick

17.) Enjoy a Special Brownie

18.) Hale Down a Yellow Cab
19.) Lie in a Hammock with Someone Special
20.) Apply for a Library Card
21.) Get a Black Belt in Kenpo Karate
22.) Get Kissed by a Hottie on New Year's (Strike of Midnight)

23.) Learn to be a Voice Over Artist
24.) Attend a Superbowl Game
25.) Sing the Song 'Killing Me Softly' at a Karaoke Bar
26.) Go Skinny Dipping

27.) Be on T.V.

28.) Go White Water Rafting in the American River
29.) Run up the "Rocky Steps" of the Philadelphia Museum of Art
30.) Marry Mr. Right

31.) Work Out So Hard That I Puke
32.) Go Stand Up Paddle Surfing (or Hoe he'e nalu) somewhere tropical

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Guilty Until Proven Innocent

Guilt is having something of wrong doing. In the Men department, I definitely hold some guilt. Apparently, befriending males sometimes give the assumption that I'm attracted to them physically and emotionally. What is wrong with having male friends? I can admit I have met males in the past via the internet (i.e. myspace ). Some intentions were to go on a date with them because yeah, they were hot! But in most cases to build a friendship because I either found out that we shared a common interest or they were just plain nice and friendly. I realize that meeting people online can create some conflict. One is misunderstanding the situation. That's where my mistakes come into place:

  1. I don't take the time to clarify what my intentions are. UGH! Reasons why is because I don't want to sound rude. I'm too damn friendly. If anything, I'm the type to avoid confrontation. How exactly would you put into nice words that I just want to kick it? Kick it - meaning hang out and just have fun doing recreational activities, eating at a new restaurant, or watching a movie. Kick it - as in NOT jumping in the sack with you. But in my defense, hanging out with boys creates less drama than hanging out with girls. I'm just trying to avoid the caddiness. In addition, I like being active! Some girls just want to eat and go shopping. Boo! 
  2. I don't draw the line about certain subjects. I'm very rated R and sometimes Rated M. I'm completely unsensored and cuss like a sailor. I can talk about anything, including sex. I guess I get too comfortable with the boys. But in my defense, simply talking about sex does not imply that I'm here to initiate it. I guess I should be more careful and keep that subject strictly for the girlfriends, right? 
I'm sure I have a lot more mistakes but they aren't registering in my head at this time. But yeah, I guess I'm basically avoiding men period these days. Don't want to catch myself feeling 'guilty' again.

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