There is a fun story at Donald Miller’s blog. I mainly like it because I continuously fight against boredom in my own life, and it’s encouraging to hear a story where they have so much success. Here’s a little excerpt:
One of my favorite stories was told to me by my friend Bob Goff. It’s a true story and it’s about a parade.
Bob lives in San Diego, and when his three children were young they were sitting around on New Years Day, bored. And Bob thought it was a crime anybody should be bored on New Years Day. (Let’s face it, unless you are a football fan, there’s not a whole lot to do.)
Bob asked the kids what they could do to honor the fact God gave them a day. And eventually Bob and his wife Maria, and their children, came up with the idea of a parade. So they set out to have a parade on their street. They went house to house telling their neighbors they were going to have a parade. And the neighbors must have indulged the children by saying they would watch. But the Goff’s had a better idea than just a parade people would watch. They decided nobody could watch the parade. They could only be in the parade.