"If you feel like eating, eat. Let your body tell you what it wants."
- Joan Benoit Samuelson
I'm a competitive human being. You challenge me, I'll probably take it. I love hittin' the diamond against another team. I loved playing intramural sports in college. Most sports, whether I'm good at it or not, i enjoy playing (this does not include rugby, which i have no respect for) just for the pure competition. I hate running.
WHAT?? I'm sure your asking yourself if you read that correctly. I took off this morning in dallas for a little jog, ran around a while, came back, walked into josue and debbie's apartment, and said "I hate running."
I ran track in high school. I loved it. I loved the meets. I loved the adrenilene flowing through me. I felt alive. But i hated practice. It all just seemed so pointless. Until i got to the meet, then it was all worthwhile, but the next day it would all start over again. day after day, running in circles.
It all just seems so pointless. Sure, it keeps me in shape, but theres so much other stuff i actually enjoy doing that keeps me in shape. Hiking, Biking, Kayaking, Canoeing, Baseball, Football, hamburgers, coca cola, FOOD for cryin' out loud (you have to remember i need to keep my weight up)
Its worse when you have no running partner. I get bored. I just wanna go home when i'm running.
So yeah, i've had it. Like the quote at the beginning, I'll let my body tell me what it wants (i'm keepin' this to athletic endeavors and such, don't extend this to anything else) So there it is. Its out there. You'll take it, you'll eat it, and you'll like it.