This is probably 30 feet in the air.
Sissy and Manimal on the second level.
Excellent ass shot. This is a good look for me, no?
If you live locally and have a chance to visit them, it is well worth it! We had a blast!!
2. I am so disappointed when kids (at any level) drop out of sports but especially when they are juniors or seniors. This seems to happen at the high schools around here fairly frequently. Kids that have played that sport or sports for ever, just quit when they get to be seniors. At one high school in my area, there were very few, if any, seniors on the basketball team. Same with soccer. And of course, they had a horrible season. They had plenty of skilled freshmen and sophomores, but it's hard to compete against other schools that have skilled seniors and juniors that have played longer.
It makes me so sad that those kids are giving up that last chance to be part of a sports team. You never get to do that stuff again.
Sports are the only reason I'd ever go back to high school. I loved every minute of playing on the teams that I played on. Even when I sat the bench and never saw a minute of playing time, it was still better than just going home after school. I never missed practice and never missed games. It was a priority to me to be there and to be part of the team.
Why do you suppose this happens now? I don't remember ever having a team that was just freshmen and sophomores. Why don't kids feel attached or some obligation to play for their fellow team members?
3. I feel like I'm starting to get bored of this routine of exercise that I have gotten into. Routine is usually good, but it's starting to feel like same-old-same-old. Unfortunately, I only have so much time available to schedule workouts and thus it becomes the same thing over and over. Spinning is easy to do at lunch because the Y is right there. I can easily run either at lunch or after work while the kids eat dinner. Swimming must be done Fridays because that's when the kids are in school and there is lap swim. I can't plan on a swim during the week after work because often the kids have things that I want to attend or they need dinner. I know, lazy ass kids can't make their own dinner? I spoil them.
I used to have a friend who came to spin with me at lunch and it was less boring that way, but her schedule has changed and she can't make it like she used to. I can't convince the Y to hold an actual class at that time so that leaves me spinning alone.
I'm not sure how to mix it up to make it less ho-hum for me. I did enjoy my 15 mile bike ride last Friday (before ropes and zip line). I took the morning off and took my bike down to Ocean Point. It was perfect--no cars, no death, no rain. I could do that on Fridays but then I would miss my swim... What to do? What to do?
Have you ever done a ropes course or zip line? Did you love it?
How do you keep yourself from getting bored of the same old stuff?