No big post today, we’re just stopping by to say, “HEY! Listen to today’s episode!” We had fun recording our “have you ever?” segment while sitting on a boat in a marina. Even better though, after we recorded we took a quick ride out to the Long Beach Harbor for a water-side view of Queen Mary, our favorite haunted ship. It was truly a wonderful day out in the sun (we have the burns to keep the memory fresh) and fresh air, seeing our local destinations from a new perspective, literally. It was a much needed afternoon after being cooped up for almost 2 months. And yes, we practiced social distancing all day long.
Oh yeah! Links time. Funny how we forget, but gotta give credit to our sources:
- Have you ever? We’ll bet you have done some of these things at Ice Breaker Ideas.
- Well I NEVER! Oh, we’re sure you can say false to a lot of the never have I ever questions here at Conversation Starters World
Have fun using this next time you Zoom, or meet up with small groups of family or friends, wherever you live. Just stay smart, stay safe, and still try to stay home as much as possible. Most importantly, stay healthy.
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Intro and outro music, “Clever as a Fox” by Espresso Music through premiumbeats.com.
Featured photo of Boat on Ocean by Josh Sorenson on Pexels.com