Day 2272: Build your own adventure

Yesterday, when I was building my own adventure, I saw this:

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Actually, I need help from others to build my own adventure.  How do you build your own adventure?

When my son was very young, he posted a build-your-own-adventure game on YouTube, which I can’t find.  Therefore, shall we build our own adventure together, here and now, using forty-eight of my photos from yesterday?

You can further build the adventure if you click on any photo you’d like to more adventurously explore.

Here‘s what comes up on YouTube for “Build Your Own Adventure”:

 

I don’t have time to make the choices for that scary adventure, because I’ve got to go out into the world and build my adventure for today.

I look forward to the adventures people build in the comments section, below.

Gratitude helps me build my own adventure, so thanks to all who helped me build today’s post and — of course! — YOU.

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9 thoughts on “Day 2272: Build your own adventure

  1. I build my own adventure as I look around me

  2. As a kid I loved the “Choose Your Own Adventure” books, and still remember a haunting line from one of the outcomes of The Cave Of Time: “You die a few years before you are born.”
    This was one of the happier possible endings, one in which “you” live to a ripe old age, and I think it’s stayed with me as a reminder that on each of our own adventures there are more choices and more possibilities than can be contained in any book.

  3. Life is an adventure

  4. “Security is mostly a superstition. It does not exist in nature, nor do the children of men as a whole experience it. Avoiding danger is no safer in the long run than outright exposure. Life is either a daring adventure, or nothing.”- Helen Keller

  5. Pingback: Day 2276: Take time to reflect | The Year(s) of Living Non-Judgmentally

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