101 Things

Friends Help Friends with their 101 Things

My friend Leah came for a visit yesterday and we were able to cross off two things from my 101 Things list.

75. See an author read from his or her work

We went to the National Museum of the American Indian to see William Iggiagruk Hensley, a former Senator from Alaska. He wrote an autobiography called Fifty Miles from Tomorrow: A Memoir of Alaska and the Real People. I haven’t read the book yet, but I plan to — it sounds really interesting.

90. Post a video on the internet that has me in it

Leah and I were determined to record a video. You see, she’s done a few of them herself and she knew I’d been putting off this particular task. So we recorded one. I’m posting it below, but I’d like to pre-warn you about a few things:

1) There was a glitch in the recording, so after a few minutes our conversation doesn’t match up with the picture. That’s annoying.

2) There’s a lot of laughing. And near the end, I punch her in the arm. And she punches me back.

3) I put on chapstick right before we started recording, which is why I kept pressing my lips together.

But I was too lazy to record another one. This will have to do.

(Since Leah likes to call me out on my slight southern accent, feel free to leave a comment and weigh in.)

[Note: This video is no longer available.]

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