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The Summer Olympics are over. I grew very misty eyed last night thinking how for 17 days, I witness great achievements and inspiring stories. I’m always amazed by the Olympics, the athletes that dedicate their lives for this one moment in time. It all really boils down for a moment to stand on a podium. Yes they train and compete throughout the year, but deep down the end goal is to win a gold medal at the Olympics.
For the last 2 weeks, I have glued myself to my couch and watched everything I could, NBC did their “best” to show what they could, but I think they could have done better. I love watching the USA but I would like to see other countries compete in greatness in sports that USA is not dominated in.
For the last 2 weeks, I have shunned invitations and friends gatherings, to watch my Olympics. Many friends thought I was crazy to give up 2 weeks of my life to watch but I thought, why not give these amazing athletes my 2 weeks, worth of attention! Besides there are always parties and chances to meet up with friends. Ok granted I did skip one night of Olympics to go to Disneyland with the Fireman, but that was a once in a life time opportunity that I just couldn’t pass up!
Now that the Olympics are over, WHAT AM I GOING TO DO????
Does this mean I have to go back to my “reality”…??
I quite enjoyed using the Olympics as an excuse not to go out. Not to mingle with people, create chit chat, pretend to be interested when I am not. The Olympics gave me a break from not being disappointed in another date, a b break from kissing another frog in my quest to meet my “Prince”.
But now that they are over, am I going to jump head first into the pool of life?
ABSOLUTELY! 2 weeks is enough time to recharge.
I’m going back on Facebook. I’m lining up dates. I’m booking my calendar.
But first I’m lounging out in the back yard because I have TAKEN BACK THE YARD!!!!!