I wish my one thing were to totally make someone’s day, like this guy in DC did when he tipped $2,000 on a $93 tab — to be split among the chef, the owner, and the bartender at his favorite gumbo joint.
My 1 thing is to create an iconic advertising campaign. No. Wait. It’s to buy a birthday card. But I’ll pick an iconic birthday card!
Though my local Target is a hell dimension of fluorescent lights, empty shelves, and dazed, tortured-looking employees, it’s where we get our diapers.
I bet you can’t guess what my one thing is.
Do 1 Things don’t always have to be terrible and tedious! Sometimes they can be awesome!
What about you? What’s your 1 thing this week?
Is your one thing Easter or Passover related?
I am sad and sluggish for my own reasons to do with this endless winter and I need to shake it off and DO ONE THING.
My one thing is to empty my compost bin into the apartment’s bigger compost bin and wash my compost bin out so I can start refilling it. Composting is the law, I guess, in Seattle? Something like that. All I know is that washing out the compost bin is gross and I put it off for as long as possible.