Who Knew and a Challenge to You

I am working on a monstrously huge project right now, so after my day job today, I bellied up to the counter with a bag of left-over Easter Twix and started a web search for important days throughout the year. 

Anyone want to guess what today is?  Yeah, besides being April 7th, 2010, it is also World Health Day

Yep.  Found that out just as I slipped the last bite of gooey, caramel goodness into my mouth.

In honor of World Health, I will put the Twix away and go for a walk around the square.  This is a three mile jaunt and I should be able to get it in before dinner.  If I get my behind in gear.

But before I leave, I challenge you to do something out of the ordinary regarding your health.  Go for a walk.  Forgo the after dinner drink.  Eat a salad.  Throw the chips in the trash or sprint down the block.

In addition, I challenge you to give your favorite villian a conscience.  Tell us the villian you love to hate and what he/she would do to honor this day of health.

I choose Professor Snape to indulge in a hand to hand dragon fighting match–sans magic.


12 responses to “Who Knew and a Challenge to You

  1. Okay – I’m in – no snacks tonight 🙂

    My fave villain is probably … Sauron from LotR — let’s send him into a battle with the Balrog. That ought to give him some exercise!

  2. Hmmm, I’d pick Morgan from “The Magic and the Healing” as my favorite villianess. I’d like to see her honor World Health Day by leading a boot camp-style aerobics class, instead of training an army to invade a country and kill every innocent creature in their path.

  3. Challenge: I’d chose Darth Maul and see if he could climb Mount Niesen, barring use of any ‘force’ abilities. LOL

  4. I have an award for you over on my blog. Hope your weekend is a wonderful thing. 😉

  5. I would choose Valentine from City of Bones, City of Ashes and City of Glass to use his massive upper body strength (developed by using HUGE swords to hack up supernatural beings) to chop up many, many cords of firewood for the winter fires of an orphanage. So much better a task than creepy paranormal ethnic cleansing . . .

  6. I feel so dull – I don’t have a favorite villain. From a book. I do have to confess that (the most recent) Stavros Cassadine from General Hospital was probably my favorite villain ever; he was just so good natured about it. I would challenge Stavros to climb his way back out of the bottomless pit that Luke knocked him into a few years ago. 🙂

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