Thursday, June 23, 2011

16: Climb The Walls

Please kids, don't try this at home.

15: Cross your toes

Yay for feet.

14: Swear in Russian.

Special thanks to Matthew for providing us with a Russian/Ukrainian almost swear word. And Emily's parents for putting up with our dirty mouths.


13: Count your teeth with your tongue.

Jessica has 24. Emily has 23. This may or may not be accurate.

12: Stomp On Grapes

This might just be our new favorite activity. And just for the record, I (Emily) really did lick the grape. And I am still alive.

11: Adopt Words

Definitely recommended. This is so much more exciting then saving the planet! (

10: Take your duck on a walk

Let's just say that walking ducks is much easier said then done. Let me tell ya, it is especially nasty when they poop on the floor. Overall, we learned that ducks do not like to be very cooperative. End of story.

Also, it took us two tries to get it right. And since we are posting everything, here they both are for your added enjoyment.

9: Build Edible Cookie Houses

This definitely ended up taking a whole lot more time then we initially thought. It was one of those things that was pretty entertaining for the first 10 minutes, and then started to get reallllllyy old. We made sure to take great care in showing that springville is the better and nicer school, and we even did the Untouchable. Just for Brittanye. But unfortunately they both had an untimely death in the bonfire at Kylee's party. But we finished! And that's all that counts, right?

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

8: write and deliver anonymous love letters

key word: anonymous

7: create each other.

Lets just say that I totally won this contest.

6: run around in squares

Just in case you were wondering . . . you still get dizzy.

5: jiggle virtual jello.

This is much more entertaining then it should be.
See for yourself! (

4: pretend to be a dog.

Just for the record . . . not only did we stick our heads out the window and pant, we also barked at people. And got some really weird looks. But it was worth it.

3: squawk

2: scrunch your face as small as you possibly can.

1: make your own personalized pizza.

Monday, June 6, 2011


What adventures could 'brilliant bucketlisters' have that could possibly be interesting?

I must admit that, that is a very good question. One I've even asked myself.

But, I guarantee that with two crazy, happy, and lively teenage girls, 76 beautiful days, and a list of 213 things to accomplish, this summer is bound to be one to never forget.

So here are the rules:
1: No cheating. Cheating is for losers! Everything must be fully accomplished.
2: Everything must be documented. And ALL pictures must be posted. Even the most embarrassing ones.
3: Everything must be done together.

see what we have done so far!