I had no plans for 2015, yet I did a lot. The majority of which I cannot remember.
For 2016, I had some plans, some travel plans, some life plans, some I did follow through on. Others came as a surprise, and I did a few things that I never thought of…
Mentionable things I did this year:
- Get divorced.. (no, I will not talk about this)
- Went to Peru
- Visited Machu Picchu
- 139. Take up astronomy
- 23. See a comet (not really, Did see Jupiter from the Observatory in Tennessee)
- Went to NYC
- Went on dates.
- Talked to strangers… Stranger Danger!!
Continue reading Things I never thought of…
Looking through the Bucketlist page, I realized that it hasn’t been updated in quite a while, so let’s mark off a few things…
2013 Bucket list top 10
Kayak in a river
Learn to snowboard
Participate in a color run
Iceskate on real ice
Hike to a waterfall
Visit the Golden Gate Bridge
Go scuba diving
- Jump off a cliff
Solve that damned Rubik’s Cube
Continue reading Discovered… The Bucketlist…
It’s been a morbid few months, weeks, days… Still here I am trying to pick up the pieces of my life… It’s been a few months, but it seems like it’s been an eternity since I’ve been on my bike, ran my usual daily miles or had my weekly swim practice.
I honestly don’t even know if I am interested anymore…That’s probably the depression talking nonsense in my ear… These things use to be my go-to stress relievers, my daily aims, to be better than the day before…. and now… my shoes are hanging there gathering dust. My goggles have dried out, and I don’t even know where my biking helmet is anymore. I’ve been saying for the longest time, “I’m gonna get a new one next week”.
Next week just doesn’t seem to get here…yet!
I’ve noticed that I have like 8 drafted titles from my 2014 Roadtrip to write, upload and publish… I will likely get there… One Day… (those magic words)
In the meantime… patience is all I need… I’ll be back… not yet… but I will….
I’m late with my travel logs, I know. Procrastination has gotten the best of me. It’s 5:02am, and I am awake after the longest day in my life…I am horribly broken beyond repair… My life will never be the same… My Gladiator died yesterday, as I stood watch over his body… While out for his morning run, my father was ran over by careless drivers, while being on the sidewalk… To My Gladiator: I will see you again, but not yet. Not yet!
Let’s start with the best part of the summer. Now as I have stated before, I admittedly have a huge fear of the open water. I will swim in the ocean as long as I can feel the sand beneath my toes, visibility is clear for miles, and there are minimal waves, preferably none. The cause of this fear you might ask? Ahhhh the joys of being a teenager, and the not-so-wise choices we make. It started an early morning 10+ years ago. As we arrived at school, there was a scheduling issue with classes on that day. Instead of waiting for the issue to be cleared up, we skipped school and went to the beach. It was those one-of-a-kind days, where the usually quiet and calm sea turned into a raging monster, with abnormally high waves. Which of course, we decided to take on. Long story short, I came an inch away from drowning, and ended up in the ER with a concussion. And as it turned out in the following years, a fear of waves and open waters.
Now I proudly present to you numbers 32+33 off the Bucket list!
32. Go scuba diving
33. Go snorkeling in a shipwreck
It was pretty awesome, quiet, calm and unless you look up, you do not even notice how rough the waves are above your head.
Before taking down number 126, I went to a local baseball game, which surprisingly, I enjoyed a lot. Something that will definitely happen much more now.
126. Watch a major league baseball game