Today as I am writing this post it is a hot (95 degrees) and humid (90%) day in the greater Washington D.C. area. Don’t make any mistake in thinking that this is a “dry heat”. So, I am especially grateful to Willis Haviland Carrier, who purportedly invented the air conditioner. This little piece of trivia is new to me and I will add it to the list of “things” I learned during 2011.
I was raised in a home where education ruled supreme. And after watching and reading commentary about OPRAH‘s tribute to her by the Moorehouse University graduates who she supported, I gather that we were not the only ones. But, if there is one thing I know for sure- it is that one should never stop learning or you just mentally wilt. (You can watch Oprah’s surprise here)
So, here is my list of things that I want to learn the Summer of 2011. (And add yours to the comments below!)
1- Zumba. Yes, I want to learn more about this form of dance. Would love to hear from others who have tried this dance and exercise form.
2- Learn about HTML. That is a computer term and program “thing” – for those who may need to brush up on it, like me.
3– Read more. I want to read about a random topic. I haven’t picked it out – yet. That will take a trip to the library. And thank the goodness we still have libraries!
4. Learn how to play Mahjong.
and lastly… 5. Learn more about how to operate my “fancy” camera.
TAG – YOU’RE IT! What will you learn this Summer?
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