Thursday, July 04, 2013
I had a terrific time at the ballpark last night. I did not try the zipline b/c the severe sudden swinging "dismount" at the end of the line seemed a bit nauseating. maybe someday soon I'll feel energetic and brave enough to try the permanent zip lines at the local tourism place.
The opening band was amazing: www.newhollow.com if you're interested in checking out a very talented (vocals and instrumental) up and coming band. I danced to McGuffey Lane and Phil Dirt & the Dozers. The stage was set up in the outfield of Huntington Park. We had an excellent view of the Red, White & Boom fireworks show. I drank quite a bit of beer but didn't over do it on ballpark food. All in all it was a fabulous time.
I wanted to clear up a miscommunication of my previous blog. I'm not afraid of failure; some is a natural part of the process. I have learned to not set myself to have failure as an option; at least not with my health, not anymore. This is a journey not a race and I'm in no hurry to achieve goals. I kind of suck at setting goals as it is so I don't need added pressure of a deadline.
As for trying new and adventurous things.... I prefer it. I get bored easily and don't like repetition. It's why I like meeting new people, socializing at different places, traveling, visiting different cities, moving across country, etc.... In some regards I'm afraid of being stagnant or plain or stuck in a rut. I have difficulties getting to know people and let others know me even less. If someone (besides mom) said they knew me it would feel like a challenge to prove them wrong; to show that they don't know me.