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Sunday, March 21, 2010
Doing a split mid-air for the neighbors
Today was a beautiful day outside. Must have hit 70 degrees for the first time in 2010 in my neck of the woods. I only motivated to go outside by like 4pm. I was busy watching Ghost Busters and other worthy things to keep me from the glory of Spring (read the sarcasm).
I finally went outside for a jog (after mentally beating myself up for not doing anything all day - even though that was my goal - I still couldn't 100% savor it - I'm working on that).
Anihoo, I'm so not a runner/jogger, but I wanted to sweat, move my body, and enjoy the weather. 15 minutes into my jog, recuperating from some cramps, and listening to Beyonce, I suddenly felt inspired to LEAP! You know, like a ballet dancer does, prancing into a split mid-air.
So I did it. In fact, I did it three times. I noticed some looks. There was a guy rubbing his chin as I passed.
Can I just tell you - I got the most amazing rush from my leaps. I felt my mood lift INSTANTANEOUSLY. I noticed I immediately went from dragging energy huffing and puffing to a glorious smile and laughing. I felt silly, zestful, and for a few seconds, I thought I had a handle on what life was all about.
What would life be like if we insisted on doing more split leaps and skipping through out our day?
PS I so did not come close to looking like this girl in the picture.
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LOL, i randomly chanced upon this post while searching for "mid-air splits" (long story, but my dreaaam is to do the mid-air splits. IN A PHOTO. FOR FACEBOOK.), and i must say that it made me smile. can't imagine randomly doing split-leaps while out for a jog!ReplyDelete