Doing what you do without fear of the unknown is nice. You know the rules, the people, how all the furniture is arranged and so on. It's nice to be comfortable. But, every now and again, we all like to go outside of the confines of our safe surroundings and explore new places, see new sights, meet new people and see what trouble we can get into in a different venue than what we're accustomed to.
This is true even for introverts like myself. Only what I consider to be "adventure" isn't as awkward, or potentially dangerous as actually physically going out into the real world. That? That's just crazy! Instead, I prefer to explore the different landscapes made available to me on the old interwebz here.
And that's what I'm doing today. I'll be spending the day (virtually) over at fellow Sprocket, Sarah's blog, La Casa Di Frigerio. There I'm talking about one of my favorite summertime "spectator sports". Well... to be honest, it isn't actually a sport per se, but it's entertaining nonetheless.
So check it out.