Kiki's Conundrums and Complexities

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Tuesday, October 25, 2005

Have you ever....

(To play, just cut & paste the list to your blog, and bold any of the ones that are true.)
smoked a cigarette
crashed a friend's car
stolen a car
been in love
been dumped
been fired
been in a fist fight
snuck out of your parent's house
had feelings for someone who didn't have them back
been arrested
gone on a blind date
lied to a friend (I think I've said I was busy before when i wasn't, but not to anyone who has read this blog)
skipped school (does not going to class in college count)
seen someone die
had a crush on one of your internet friends
been to Canada
been to Mexico
been on a plane
purposely set a part of yourself on fire
eaten sushi
been jet-skiing
met someone in person from the internet (I married him :) )
been moshing at a concert
taken pain killers (does tylenol count?)
loved and missed someone
made a snow angel

had a tea party
flown a kite
built a sand castle

gone puddle jumping
played dress up
jumped in a pile of leaves
gone sledding

cheated while playing a game
been lonely
fallen asleep at work or school
used a fake id
watched a sun set
felt an earthquake
touched a snake
slept beneath the stars
been tickled
been robbed
been misunderstood
petted a reindeer/goat
won a contest

run a red light/stop sign
been suspended from school
been in a car accident
had braces
eaten a whole pint of ice cream in one night
had deja vu
danced in the moonlight
liked the way you looked at least at one point in time
witnessed a crime
questioned your heart
been obsessed with post-it notes
squished barefoot through the mud
been lost

been on the opposite side of the country
swam in the ocean
felt like dying
cried yourself to sleep
played cops and robbers
recently colored with crayons
sung karaoke
paid for a meal with only coins
done something you told yourself you wouldn't
made prank phone calls
laughed until some kinda beverage came out of your nose
caught a snow flake on your tongue
danced in the rain
written a letter to Santa Claus
been kissed under the mistletoe
watched the sun rise with someone you care about
blown bubbles
made a bonfire on the beach
crashed a party (crashed the black student union party, or at least snuck in...saw Juwan Howard and Chris webber)
gone rollerskating
had a wish come true
worn pearls
jumped off a bridge
ate dog/cat food
told a complete stranger that you loved them
kissed a mirror
sang in the shower
had a dream you married someone
glued your hand to something
got your tongue stuck to something
kissed a fish or a frog
sat on a roof top
screamed at the top of your lungs
did a one handed cartwheel
talked on the phone for more the 6 hours
stayed up all night
not taken a shower for a week
picked and eaten an apple right off the tree
climbed a tree
had a tree house
admitted you are scared to watch scary movies alone
believed in ghosts
had more than 30 pairs of shoes at the same time
worn a really ugly outfit to school just to see what others would say
gone streaking
pushed into a pool/hottub with all your clothes on
been told you're hot by a complete stranger
broken a bone
been easily amused
caught a fish
caught a butterfly
laughed so hard you cried
cried so hard you laughed

laughed so hard you pee your pants
cheated on a test (i've had people cheat off me before, or try to )
had or do you currently have a Britney Spears CD
forgotten someone's name
french braided someone's hair
been kissed by someone you didn't like
gone skinny dipping in a pool /lake
been threatened to be kicked out of your house
been kicked out of your house

Rosa Parks

Last night, Rosa Parks died. Because I live near Detroit, at least near enough to be in the local viewing area of Detroit anyway, the news flashed across my screen most of the evening and actually took over tv viewing for some portions of prime time.
Now I have been one to complain about such interruptions, but I actually was ok with it this time.

It has often been discusse what role Rosa Parks actually played in the civil rights movement, it has become common knowledge that she refused to give up her seat on the bus to a white man in Alabama, and that her arrest lead to the start of the bus boycotts, but most people don't realize is that that Parks was a former secretary of the NAACP and adviser to the NAACP Youth Council. Rosa had been evicted from buses before, but this time she refused to give in.

"Her arrest and trial led to a 381-day bus boycott that led to the desegregation of buses and trains across the South. Her name became history when the Supreme Court ruled in 1956 that segregated transportation violated the U.S. Constitution." (taken from the detroit free press)

That was 50 years ago.

It is weird to think that 50 years wasn't that long ago, that 50 years ago our country was that drastically different.
But the again, we can't say that things are prefect now because they aren't. I hope that there are more people out there with the strength and spirit of Rosa Parks.