By Daniel Smith
Ever fancied vacationing via time? Taming a lion? profitable a Nobel Prize? good, here's the right way to test all that and extra. Daniel Smith—author of a hundred areas you are going to by no means Visit—takes you on an enjoyable trip via a hundred stuff you will (probably) by no means get the opportunity to do.
Offering information and suggestion on issues that you could be by no means be wealthy sufficient to do (buy your individual island, drink a bottle of 1787 Château Lafite, personal a Shakespeare first folio); belongings you could by no means be courageous sufficient to aim (bullfight, base bounce from the Burj Khalifa, allure a snake); issues you'll confidently by no means need to do (escape from Alcatraz, land a 747, play Russian roulette); or even the downright absurd (being in locations straight away, making gold, changing into invisible),100 stuff you won't ever Do provides you with a glimpse of your limitless potential.
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He preferred them blond and buxom and this one was petite and dark-haired, though she seemed to have a very nice pair of breasts. She wasn’t really his type and he was almost positive he had never been out with her. That was something of a relief. “My assistant says you wanted to see me on a personal matter. I don’t believe we’ve met, Ms. Summers. ” He motioned for her to have a seat in front of his desk, but she walked over to the window and looked out across the city. He could tell she was nervous.
She probably would have seen the article, which would have been carried in all the local papers, but in June she was in Europe—a graduation gift to herself—traveling with a group of climbers. McKenzie? McKenzie? Why did the name sound familiar? It hit her like a bolt of lightning—she had heard the name only a few days ago. Josh had mentioned it when she and Terri were working out at the gym. Autumn quickly scanned the article and there it was: Molly Lynn McKenzie was the daughter of sporting goods retailer Ben McKenzie and his wife, Joanne, residents of Issaquah, Washington, a town in the foothills just east of Seattle.
There was even a photo, one Autumn recognized the instant she saw it. And the name beneath the picture read Molly Lynn McKenzie. Autumn’s chest squeezed so hard it was difficult to breathe. Her heart was pumping, trying to beat its way through her chest. The child was real. The dream was real. The kidnapping had really occurred. Autumn felt light-headed. She reread the date. That summer she had been staying with her dad in Burlington before starting her teaching job in Seattle. She probably would have seen the article, which would have been carried in all the local papers, but in June she was in Europe—a graduation gift to herself—traveling with a group of climbers.
100 Things You Will Never Do: And How to Achieve the Impossible by Daniel Smith