Birthday Celebrate: Have Fun


Birthday Celebrate: Have Fun

m-ms-687620_640Every day this week, we’re celebrating’s 19th birthday with activities and prizes.

Today, we’re celebrating by taking time to have fun.

At some point today, do something fun, even if for only five minutes. You could take a break to play a game, enjoy your backyard, listen to your favorite music. However you define fun, take time today to enjoy it.

Then, share how you had fun in our comments section, below. I’ll choose a random winner to receive a $10 gift card. When you post a comment today, you’ll also be entered to win our grand prize of $100 cash.

Today, let's have fun.

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Congrats to <a href='' rel=\"nofollow\">@thedogmama</a> who won the $10 gift card!

Lillie Fuller

I spent a little time outside today, something I haven't been able to do since Thursday when my mom had her fall. I went out and pulled some weeds and watered a few plants. It felt good to get out for a little while. It was not 30 minutes but it was FUN!


I sat outside and drank coffee this morning. I actually was working while I sat outside and drank coffee but honestly, it just felt fun to be outside on such a beautiful day. :)


I too felt this one was easy. I took our puppy (guess I have to start calling her our dog since she turned 1 this month) out in the back yard and threw the tennis ball for her. Numerous times. So much fun watching her chase after it with wild abandon! Then I went to find all the ones she has \"lost\" in the back yard. I came up with 9. Good thing our son teaches tennis in the summer, so we have an endless supply.


Fun... this is so easy today! Tuesday evenings are square dance evenings! When I dance, I can't think of anything except what I'm doing - and laughing at the antics of my fellow dancers.

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