Come Play offers fun for Adults!
Come Play Truth or Dare
A Group Art Project
What Participants Gain:
An opportunity to Play, Share, Connect, make new Friendships, Network, build Community, raise your Consciousness, be in the Present Moment, learn something new, laugh, get a little silly, and have fun.
And an unusual evening you'll always remember!
We will also be conducting the Truth or Dare Interviews for an exciting project! There's no requirement, just a fun opportunity of 5 minutes of fun fame recording your thoughts and self on film.
YES! The rumors are true.... Sasha Zeilig - Come Play will actually be in Tulsa for this event and she can't wait to play with all of you! Please stop by, have a chat, catch up, and give her a hug!
Please feel free to share and invite your friends!
Why is Ms. Sasha in the bath you might ask?
Because it's ROLE CALL week!
Let me know you're playing and are an active member of our group by posting a #bathtubselfie = a photo of you that you take of yourself in a bathtub
(fully clothed, birthday suit, or anything in between, whatever you fancy.... keep it PG please)
If you do not post a bathtub selfie by Thursday the 30th, I will be forced to kick you out of the group. You can always ask to join again when you're ready to play.
Can't wait to see what you've got! xo
Join the game here!
#ComePlay #TruthorDareOnline #FridayChallenge #FridayChallenge48 #bathtubselfie
Go out and play in the sun.
Document your childlike summer fun.
Post some photos and that completes Friday Challenge 41
Let's explore each other's Freedoms this week.... and by each other, I mean the opposite gender.... Ladies - release the restrictions. Gentlemen - embrace the self soothing care. Respond with photos and or reactions to the challenge... Remember - do it the whole week if you can!
As a kid I always loved building with my wooden blocks.
Today, at 36 years old, I stood around a back yard table with 2 friends, one is 29 and one is 35. We had a blast building our little town... planning our traffic grid, and redesigning tumbling buildings.
We built what we know. We knocked pieces over on accident and on purpose. We made "I statements" to each other about our hurt our feelings when our creations had been destroyed.
We played with blocks, shared a moment, our feelings and imaginations. We planned a small town. We created something together. We were out in nature. We enjoyed ourselves.
These are the moments in our life that count. These are the moments that will save humanity.
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