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Friday, January 21, 2005

Thank God It's Friday!

What a long week. I think being away on vacation makes your mind and body atrophy, and both take their sweet time to get back on track. Man, the pain of getting up the Monday after coming back from Mammoth! I suppose I was spoiled since I would wake up there, see the clock saying it's 7:00am and I'd think, "Oh, it's still early. Back to bed." So when my alarm went off on 5:45am Monday, my body was screaming bloody hell.

Switching gyms is paying off though, because traffic is so much better to and from my workout. Plus, the option to swing by the climbing gym in the morning feels pretty good.

Anyway, I'm looking forward to whatever next adventure I'll be having. Sadly, I probably won't be able to make it to the YMA ski trip to Mammoth, but I just might go on a trip with a friend to Bishop to climb and hang out at the hot springs. Definitely enticing, so I'm hoping the plans come through. :)

I'm actually playing host to a friend from Manila, and spending time with him has made me realize how much I've changed in the three years I've been here. The difference in attitude, outlook and hobbies are glaringly obvious, but when I think back, I know I used to be like that. So either I've lost my identity, or I've finally found myself. But how I am now and what I'm doing actually makes me feel pretty good, so whatever the case may be, there's no turning back.

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