(This post includes words that I will strive not say out loud – even though they are incredibly descriptive without any real meaning. Until I find a great way to say this using forgotten, equally expressive English words, I use “bad-ass” and “lame” in order to convey. Cheers!)
Now I’ll never be risk-taking bad-ass, however much I want to be. (I really want to be!! But I am too logical about the pain!)
And for once I didn’t pick up this sport to be that.
Really! I usually think – I’m gonna do this! I’m gonna be better than anyone — so you don’t have to judge me!
See, I figure, in order not be thought of as not trying hard enough, I have to be the best.
Ha. Truth is I am terrible at sports. I have zero coordination.
Funnily enough, I am actually pretty good at some stuff, (but never the stuff we expect).
So, why did I choose this?
There are lots of great longboarders out there. Skateboarders too. They do amazing stuff.
I don’t want to do that. 🙂 It feels so great to say that.
I am willing to watch them, and ride my board sitting down.
I got my board because I like to do stuff outside. I like to do stuff with BT. And I like to do stuff with my dog.
And it might be handy transport in cities.
And it’s just too fun to scoot along on the ground on a plank with four wheels!
I’m lame. and I’m okay with that – for once. It’s important to me to hang out with my sibling and my dog and goof off and have fun.
And if that is all that I do on my longboard it is worth every second, every minute, every penny. 🙂