642 - Take a silly photograph whenever you have a chance. This is my son, Kevin, posing as a tree trunk. I love it!
643 - Go to a soccer game. There are kids' soccer games, which have a lot of energy and unexpected plays. There are also professional soccer games, which are a lot more polished and also very energetic.
644 - Make a list of some of the things you consider to be miracles. Here are some of mine: the birth of a baby, bulbs blooming in the Spring, tastebuds, Amish barn building teams, eyeballs, extreme synchronicity, snowflakes up close, airplanes staying up in the sky, boats not sinking, hair growing, the internet, children learning to talk, the ocean, and love!
645 - Attend a concert in a church, and document your adventure! This is Trinity Cathedral in Cleveland, Ohio presenting Colin Hay, formerly of Men at Work -- a fabulous event!
646 - Use as many discount coupons as possible. My Dad was a dedicated coupon clipper, so for his birthday one time I clipped coupons for months and stuffed a big box full for his present. I even had added up the value amounts for a total of over $700. He was quite impressed!
647 - Twiddle your thumbs! If you don't know how to do it, ask around, you'll be glad you did.
648 - Go to a movie without knowing anything about it, except that it has been well received.
649 - Choose a favorite quotation to use in your signature block on your emails. Here is the quote I am using now - "You may be disappointed if you fail, but you are doomed if you don't try." - Beverly Sills
650 - Carve a pumpkin for a fun and traditional Halloween decoration. This is always fun, but even better if children are involved!