Today was my fourth day in my 3 for 30 plan. Over the last several days I've exercised my ears off and have done a bunch of creative stuff. You should see my stick drawings.
As far as the nice things go, well, did you ever see the movie Kick-Ass? It was awesome. Anyway, I'm a little like the inchoate action hero walking the streets looking for a mugger to thwart. The nice stuff isn't just hanging on trees, you know. So I'm a little pleased with myself that I've managed the following: let a stranger have a parking spot, supported my neighbor by seeing his play, helped a friend with her writing, and agreed to refrain from mentioning my mother's impending birthday on this blog 'cause she specifically asked me not to. (Since it's not her birthday yet, I figure this doesn't technically count.)
I'd like to think my charity hasn't gone unnoticed. After dance today, I stopped by the Santa Monica Co-op to grab some G-water. I threaded the aisles, strolling past the refrigerated foods section. I made my way toward the checkout, when out of the corner of my eye I caught a row of familiar bottles to my left. I looked again. Great news, guys! Turns out, there IS a Holy Mother of Jesus. Right there, between the raw chocolate mouse and vegan pad thai, I happened upon this goodness:
And since this is working out so well, tomorrow I'm going to do TWO nice things.