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Wednesday, February 16, 2005

Join the Bandwagon

I recently just clicked the Place Your Order button on the Apple website. Yep, I've gone and bought myself an iPod. After all the irritating indecision I've been going through about this (I spent an hour making pouty faces at the Apple store because I couldn't decide what to get and Marc, who was of course only trying to help, wouldn't make the decision for me), it's finally done. Whew!

New Year's resolution: Make up your friggin' mind faster, Cathy! Gosh!

And of course, since it's my iPod, I had to put a cheesy saying on it. Now I have to buy a cover so not too many people will know what I've had engraved on it.


My boss John is going away on a ski trip to Whistler. I'm totally envious, because I've heard so many good things about that place. I'm looking forward to when I can travel more, because I'm really getting into skiing, and I crave more practice. It's so much fun to be in the snow, especially on trails where no one is around. Everything is just so peaceful, and I can ski without feeling self-conscious about myself.


Oh, and of course since the warm days are coming, I've already gotten my swimsuit fix. God love that Victoria's Secret catalog. I always get excited looking through that magazine - summer is just around the corner, and I can't wait to hit the beach and go bodysurfing or bodyboarding again.


And did I ever mention that I've gotten on the Adventure 16 bandwagon as well? Everytime I'm in the area, I have to swing by the store, and I inevitably end up purchasing something. Hmm. I suppose it's not so much the store itself, but that since I'm getting into climbing more now, I find myself trying to stock up on clothes that I can use. My Amazon wishlist is peppered with climbing pants that I want, and I'm always on the lookout for stretch sport tank tops. Image-conscious? Nah, I actually use it as a reward. Everytime I go up a notch with my bouldering or if I'm able to climb one level higher, I treat myself to something. How's that for motivation?

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