One of my Thirty Before Thirty tasks was to build a fort in the living room.
I think I should clarify one potentially confusing thing about the Thirty Before Thirty list, and that is: the list is not comprised solely of things I have never done. Like, for example, I have already been to a foreign country (several, in fact) and I have already done some acts of pure service. I have already been to lectures outside of law school and I have already baked things for potlucks (if you count making fruit dip out of marshmallow fluff and cream cheese "baking"). I've even built a fort in the living room.
In other words, the list is comprised of 30 things I want to do before I am thirty, some of which are repeats of things I've done before. But, really? Can one travel to too many foreign countries? Can one do too many acts of pure service? Can one make too much marshmallow fruit dip?
Can one build too many forts in the living room?
I don't think so.