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Friday, October 21, 2005

Spreading the Addiction

I have to say that I am an addict. A climbing addict, that is. Sometimes when I come home from a particularly successful session at the gym or outdoors, I have so much adrenaline in me and I keep daydreaming about the climbs that I didn't get to do. And when I've had a frustrating time, when I feel weak and can't do anything, I can't keep my mind off that one particular move that I couldn't do, running a mental video of myself trying different moves, until in my mind I finally get it. And then I can't wait to go back and try it out for real.

So I'm an addict. We all know that now.

Recently, my friend Angela who I didn't think would ever be interested in trying it, suddenly told me that she had gone with her sister and a friend to the Rockreation down in Costa Mesa. Man! It's all I can do to stop myself from talking her ear off. But it would be so much fun if we all got into it and we could start going outdoors together more often! I'm keeping my fingers crossed.

3 comment(s):

You should teach climbing professionally. You'd get paid paid for something you LOVE to do.

By Anonymous Valerie, at October 21, 2005 10:45 AM  

the World Wide Web is home to a great number of marketing opportunities that you could avail of,

By Anonymous Anonymous, at November 04, 2005 1:59 AM  

Hello, just visited your blog, I have a website about overcoming many kinds of addictions and it is very informative.

By Blogger Gordon, at November 20, 2005 6:59 AM  

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