Ordered List with ol li
Be A Kid Again
- Do a cartwheel.
- Sing into your hairbrush.
- Walk barefoot in wet grass.
- Play a song you like really loud, over and over.
- Dot all your xxxs with smiley faces.
- Read the funnies. Throw the rest of the paper away.
- Dunk your cookies.
unordered like this:
- Put way too much sugar on your cereal.
- Make cool screeching noises every time you turn a corner.
- Giggle a lot for no reason.
- Give yourself a gold star for everything you do today.
Ancient wisdom I just made up. . .
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