It’s time again for another installment of Hear, See, and Do. This is my way of giving every type of learner in the world a crack at what goes on in my head. So whether you’re an auditory, visual, or kinesthetic learner this post has something for you!
Hear: Hanson – The Walk
Hanson has been one of those bands that has been labeled and discarded by people for fear that someone might see you associating with the music of a thirteen year old girl. But I’m here to tell you that they are not the “mmm bop” boys anymore. The band have actually grown up (as I would hope) over the past ten plus years of touring and writing, and their last full-length album titled The Walk is seriously worth a listen. You may be thinking I’m off my rocker, but I’m telling you right now that it’s not what you think. In fact, I remember the first time I heard a Hanson song that I liked, I was in high school. I don’t even remember the song title–all I remember was thinking “oh no, I actually like this.” Of course I didn’t really share this feeling with anyone at school for the same fear I have already stated, but now I can proudly tell you that I’m a fan of their sound and look forward to their next release. Just give it a chance and take a listen for free by clicking here.
See: This Really Creative Stop-Motion Video and Be Inspired
Do: Buy a Disneyland Annual Pass or Go Free on Your Birthday
You’re gonna spend the money–it’s just a matter of how magical you’re going to spend it. That’s why I think you’ve got to go and buy an annual pass to Disneyland. I know the economy is bad, OK–I know. But I refuse to allow the economy to dictate the magic that I will experience this year. That’s exactly why Bethany and I have Southern California annual passes and we’re getting more disciples to follow our ways every week. Don’t worry though! If you can’t seem to come up with the cash you can at least enjoy one magical day at the park by signing up for a free birthday pass in 2009. If you’ve never been to Disneyland on your birthda–it’s the best. They give you a special birthday button, a phone call from Goofy, and everywhere you walk that day the cast members will be sure and tell you “Happy Birthday!” Now get out there and let’s get magical!
To see all the past “Hear, See, and Do” posts click here.