I survived! Oh boy, bootcamp is way harder than I thought it was going to be. It was harder than the hardest yoga class I have ever attended. Harder than the hour and half Ashtanga primary series, in Chicago with Tim Miller , where there was so much humidity in the air from the overheating people, that even the windows were sweating.
Tonight I sat on the couch for an hour to watch the debates and thought, when it was time to stand up, that I was going to have to pee in a cup, in the living room, without squatting because my thighs have forgotten how to work. Tomorrow will be interesting. And by interesting, I mean painful.
Trying this new scary thing has me thinking about what I want to accomplish in my life, and thanks to some recent conversations, I remembered my list of 101 things in 1001 days post. I made that two years ago and surprisingly have accomplished quite a few things. I was thinking about keeping the list and continuing to work on it, but I think it’s time for a new list. A sober do over list. My bullet journal will be the perfect place to work on that list.
This is Piestawa Peak. The location of our boot camp. The mountain is a beautiful backdrop for me getting fit. I’ll have to hike this soon. I’m surprised I haven’t yet. It’s practically in our backyard.
The first photo is also Piestawa Peak. There is a tiny light at the top. That’s a early morning hiker.