Winter got you down?Well then what better to warm you up than this sweet story of a couple drawer dares by one of our favorite couples. Here goes....
Chris and Lucy contemplate the choice: TRUTH or DRAWER?
Lucy's not afraid. She dares to pick DRAWER. But...which drawer will she pick?
Finally she decides. We are at the edge of our seats. What must she do???
Put on the Purple wig. Perform and (sic) act of kindness. Can she complete this daring dare?
It appears she can! But to whom will she deliver the act of kindness?
What!!? A sweet, kind hug for our very own Jo?!?! Now that's daring, kind (and pretty damn cute.)
Right back atcha, Lucy.
Lucy receives her well-earned and fitting award: a poster of the Pretty Lady.
And now it's Chris' turn. Can he top his fiancee's superb drawer dare performance?
It appears he's gonna try: Chris selects his drawer.
Oh my. It reads:
"Find a National Geographic Magazine. Find a picture that speaks to you. Cut it out, crumble it up, put it in your mouth and chew. chew. chew. chew. chew."
He's located the magazine. (Good job, Chris.)
He's found a picture that speaks to him. A lovely waterfall.
Looks like he's tearing it out! Oh man....is he gonna do this??
And now he's crumpling! This is getting exciting!
He puts it in his mouth. But will he chew?
Oh yes he will! He will chew, chew, chew.
Congratulations, Chris. You earned your trophy.
Display it with pride.
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(And wondering what the heck Truth or Drawer is? Check this out.)
Here is our latest installment of Dared By A Drawer! It is when we share with you a heartwarming story from one of our favorite projects, Truth or Drawer. Below is the story of Cheryl's art dare. Cheryl selects a drawer. The dare is "Find the book titled: 'Ready to Use Old-Fashioned Animal Cuts.' Turn to page7. Find the solo cat head. Write a poem about this lovely sweet cat head. Leave the poem in this drawer." Cheryl finds the lovely sweet cat head. Can you find it? Cheryl composes her poem. Cheryl tries to keep it together while reading her poem to a small group of onlookers (onlisteners?) Cheryl graciously receives applause. She is presented with a special trophy, a cat-head trophy.
What better day than today to share with you a story from our Truth or Drawer folder. Please follow along below. Jo explains to Evan & Jenny the premise and rules of Truth or Drawer: T/D is a game for one player at a time. The player chooses between two options: Truth or Drawer. If the player picks Truth then s/he is led to a seat and the Truth is delivered to him/her. If the player picks Drawer then s/he is instructed to choose a drawer from our Aqua Cabinet of Mysteries. Each drawer contains an art dare. Whether the player chooses T or D, s/he has to follow though with his/her chosen option. The player will be rewarded with a prize after completing his/her Truth or Drawer. They find these rules funny. Jo is pleased. After choosing to have a truth delivered to her, Jenny is surprised by what she sees. She sees a gorilla coming towards her. The gorilla is holding a tray of truths that have been lovingly attached to the backs of vintage postcards. Jenny selects one. The gorilla is pleased. Jenny reads the truth. Jenny holds her truth. Pleased?
We'd like to share with you another heart warming story taken from our Truth or Drawer files. A young man and his family stopped in to play. Below are pictures of his experience.Read more about Truth or Drawer here.
Thank you to all the bold, brave and creative visitors who stopped in for Truth or Drawer this weekend, including this lovely lady who accepted the truth (from our pet gorilla) so gracefully. You people make us proud!!!
Check back soon for a full recap, complete with the beautiful photos from Code of Growing Tree Photography.