April Montage!

This is my 3rd “montage” video where I film 4 seconds from each day of the month.  April 2015 features bonfires, bowling, hail, underwear and so much more!

– Jacob

Dream Car

Today’s daily prompt asks:

“You just inherited $1,000,000 from an aunt you didn’t even know existed. What’s the first thing you buy (or otherwise use the money for)?”

I’d have to say that I would buy my dream car, a Toyota FJ Cruiser.

2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser

I know that a lot of people think they are ugly, but I can’t help but want one every time I see one on the road.  It would only set me back about $30,000 so I’d have plenty left over to save and donate to charity.  But I would definitely have to buy me that car first.

If only…

– Jacob

Patron Saint of The Awesome Holiday

Today’s daily prompt asks this question:

“In 300 years, if you were to be named the patron saint of X, what would you like X to be?  Places, activities, objects — all are fair game.”

I immediately thought of Saint Patrick and how he has his own holiday.  This guy did lots of great things and yet his holiday gets reduced to a day where everyone is asked to wear the color green and drinks lots of beer.  A fun holiday but not exactly reminiscent of his life and legacy.

So in 300 years I would want to have St. Jacob’s Day and it would just be an awesome holiday with tons of celebration.  It would have nothing to do with anything I did or accomplished but everyone would celebrate it and look forward to it each year.  St. Jacob’s Day would rival Christmas!  Here are some of the traditions and practices of St. Jacob’s Day:

– It is celebrated on Oct. 18th
– You don’t have to go to school or work
– People are encouraged to go barefoot or in flip flops
– Arby’s restaurants would give out free sandwiches
– Cities would have giant corn mazes (they would be in season) and people would compete for the best time.  The victor would get to sit on a throne and be paraded around the city.
– Seinfeld reruns would be on TV all day

Dang.  I’m sad that I won’t be around in 300 years to celebrate this holiday.

-Jacob