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564164  (Level: 1.1 - Posts: 1)
Sun, 2nd May '10 5:56 PM


I want to do something fun while my parents are working. Anything appropriate. (10)

F5laur  (Level: 31.1 - Posts: 823)
Sun, 2nd May '10 9:12 PM

Depending on your weather, get outside and do some bike riding, get a game of basketball or other games going with the neighbor friends.
Jump rope is always fun for both girls and guys. However, if you are a guy I highly doubt you would want to play hopscotch.
There are all kinds of fun things to do outside when the weather is nice. I'm a grand mother, but still like looking for frogs, toads and salamaders when I can.
Just have lots of fun and don't get hurt.

Seniorrita  (Level: 140.1 - Posts: 223)
Mon, 9th May '11 11:48 AM

I play the ukulele. It's fun to learn and you can learn by going to Ukulele Mike on the computer. He has several vide instructiions. Let me know if you try this! I am in two bands... one has young kids up to 88 years old in it. The other is for cancer survivors. We ALL have fun. Playing the uke is EASY. . only 4 strings and you can transition easily to the guitar. Give it a try!~

M48ortal  (Level: 248.4 - Posts: 3735)
Tue, 10th May '11 1:16 PM

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Good luck

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