Whoever claimed ‘It’s not about the destination, it’s all about the journey’ clearly never suffered from motion sickness. I have vivid memories of every childhood holiday (and fortunately they weren’t too frequent) spent in the back seat of a hot car with my head over a bucket wondering if I’d die before we made it to our destination.
And don’t remind me of the horrendous boat trip out to the Great Barrier Reef in the ’80s where I became that pariah below deck, throwing up her insides; nor that New Year’s Eve yachting party on Sydney Harbour in the ’90s where a water-taxi had to be called to ferry such an embarrassing guest away. Oh no, journeys have rarely held much pleasure for me.
So imagine my surprise to discover, on finally reaching my destination of completing 101 Fun and Frivolous Activities in Retirement—after almost 9 years—that I’ve actually loved this particular journey. Not a hint of travel sickness.
But where to from here?
#101 Finish a Blog
So for something a little different to celebrate this 101st and final blog post, I’ve created an interactive one for a change.
If you like quizzes, this one’s for you; if you love crosswords, it will fill in a few minutes of your day; and if you’re of a literary bent, you’ll enjoy recalling past reads because this one’s a literary-themed crossword.
And in a final twist, there’s a mystery message to be deciphered at the end.
Once you’ve found the answers, you can go on to solve the mystery message:
And if you think I have too much time on my hands, you may be right, but it sure beats travel sickness!
So pleased to hear this isn’t the end, but that you will return. Thank you for an entertaining, interactive 101st blog. It must have been a fun one to create!
Thanks Lizette. Creating crosswords is good fun and quite absorbing. Not unlike jigsaws!
ONLY JOKING – I WILL RETURN🤓🤣😇🤪
BRILLIANT 👏👏👏👏 and great fun …AND interesting!
Great post! Love crosswords, will print and save for the weekend 🙂
Hope you enjoy it!