Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Lexi's Excellent Adventure


Wanna guess what my next adventure will be? Leave a comment between now and midnight Friday and maybe you'll win a prize! (If no one guesses correctly, then I'll pick a random winner.)

14 comments:

Cat Schield said...

You're going to teach school in Mexico?

Kelly Boyce said...

You're going to the Mayan Riveria?

Lexi said...

Oooh, I like both of those answers! Thanks for playing, ladies.

Bonnie Ferguson said...

I have no idea, so here's my wild guess:

You're taking a trip to Mexico city to visit the Aztec ruins because you're going to write a story partially set in that location?

Lexi said...

Oooh, I like that too, Bonnie!

April said...

You're going undercover to investigate drug gangs in Mexico to write a thriller? Or you're getting a chance to visit Mexico city. Maybe use the legends in a novel.

Cat Schield said...

Okay, if we're still playing. The CIA recruited you during your visit last year and you will be infiltrating a drug cartel to take them down.

Nicole North said...

You're going on a cruise to Mexico to relax, visit all the awesome sites, and make important decisions. :) (I wanna do that too.) Whatever it is, have fun!

Shellee Cruz said...

You're going to San Miguel de Allende to finally learn Spanish at La Academia Hispana Americana, drink cappucinos for breakfast on the square, followed by Negro Modelos after siesta and then dancing meregue till dawn at El Grito.

Brenna Ash said...

Hi Lexi,
You're taking a trip to Mexico to relax and have a great time, and while you're there, you're going to stop at the Mayan ruins and do lots of research to write a doomsday romance. Of course, there will be no doomsday because your fabulous hero will save the day. :)

Rebecca Lynn said...
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Rebecca Lynn said...

You are going to tattoo the Mexican flag across your back.

(Side note, for Word Verification Balderdash, I got "atifying" which is the act of creating an action out of random nouns by placing prepositions in front of them... example: She went at-Mexico all over his a**.

OR

For Romance Novel Word Verification Balderdash, "atifying" would be "What happens when only one partner finds their moment... i.e. gratifying, but without the 'great'...")

Pat McDermott said...

Lexi, I didn't see this until this morning (Saturday) so I'm just going to say whatever you're up to, wherever you're going, I hope you have fun!

Tom and Jean said...

April and Cat, you think of me as too much of an adventurer! I'd be the worst spy ever!

Nicole and Pat, thanks! I will make sure to have fun!

Brenna, that's an awesome story!

Rebecca, while I have thought about getting a tattoo, that is not one of them. :)

Wow, Shellee! Talk about specific!