Bonjour tout le monde!
I broke my wrist! Check that out!? NOT cool.
Falling off the bike.. for real this time... was not quite what i thought it was!
I'll let you know all about it in the major motion picture being made in the up and coming film scene: Philadelphia!
It is the last week of classes and I have let everything pile up! I have refocusing all of my efforts since I broke my wrist.
Here is the break-down of how I went down when my wrist broke.
It was a lovely day for a bike ride, and I took advantage of it. Kristen and I began riding, and after a short ride on the streets, we slipped onto some trails. Man, I was in the grove! Anyone in the grove can tell you that it is like a horse with blinders. There you are concentrating on the finish line; the prize, while seamlessly navigating through anything that comes your way. In this case, I felt like I was looking at a dot on the wall on other side of the room and trying to walk through pudding to get to it. Definitely possible, but you can't rush it, not matter how hard you try. You can't ignore the pudding. ( I was going to say something about a light at the end of the tunnel, or being on a highway but that's too obvious, and i love pudding).
That was just a little snack; an trailer, if you will for the movie to come. Stay Tuned :)
Taking a step back for a moment, in the weeks prior to falling, I was feeling good. I was improving in track and field, consistently riding the bike and doing school work!
When I fell off the bike, I fell of the track I was laying out for myself. I always have to have a goal in mind, so when I wasn't aloud to get on the bike, I looked for something to focus on for some time.
I thought about dropping out and moving to France. (Which is one of my dreams and coincidentally 'Plan B' for the what seemed like a completely unlikely event of breaking something). But, being that there is only 5 weeks left in school, that was just impractical.
So, I got a job to take up my time and make some dollahs.
Now I am a receptionist at a chiropractors office and trying to finish up the semester. So, give it a week or two and you will be filled in on all the deets!
Keep on Keeping on!