DAY 183: Wrote happy notes in chalk around my neighbourhood.
I’ll admit, I’m kind of broke from all the spending I’ve been doing while living away from home this summer. I was trying to think of something that would brighten someone’s day, and the thought of chalk came up. (I was talking to a friend earlier and they mentioned this idea). It was about 1 am when I decided to grab a large piece of chalk from my garage and started to write nice, happy notes around my neighbourhood. I was just thinking that it’d be a nice way to start a morning by reading an encouraging note. I wrote these notes on peoples’ driveways, public sidewalks, and at a couple of bus stops. Hopefully someone will wake up with a smile tomorrow!
So this was fun. On ten packs of gum, I wrote the following:
“SHARE A PACK” - Here’s your mission: 1) Take a piece of gum for yourself. 2) Give the pack to someone else (who will take a piece and pass it on…) Goal: A pack of gum shared with 14 people (14 pieces). VISIT THE PROJECT: THREESIXFIVE.CA
I’m very curious as to whether this worked or not. I might try it sometime when it’s not exam season (and people actually talk to each other haha). I put these packs randomly throughout the university campus. (At a starbucks, in an office, on a desk, next to a magazine, pinned on a pin board, and so on).
Similar to a lot of the things I do, I probably won’t know the results. I did see 2 girls examine one of the packs and do as instructed…so that’s a start!
So I guess some people might ask, “how is this kind?”. Well, I just wanted to promote sharing on campus. Maybe some people will meet some new strangers. I don’t know. At the very least, some kids on campus will have fresher breath.
Loving you was easy, hating you is the most difficult thing I’ve ever had to do. And honestly it’s not working out so well for me.
I miss you. I miss you every second of the day. I miss you when I’m watching tv and there are characters in a relationship. I miss you when I watch movies and there’s no one to cuddle with. I miss you at night when I’m in bed by myself and there’s no one to
I can’t even finish this I’m crying so hard. How pathetic am I.
This movie was interesting. It was slow and we really didn’t get to see a lot of the scary ghost stuff, but what worked was the delivery. It was spooky waiting to find out that the noise was just a bird. What was scary was the wait. It did leave a lot of unanswered questions. That kind of ticked me off.