Found this on skidiva.com Advanced or Expert – Not Sure, it’s worth considering for any pursuit — not just skiing. skigrl27 wrote: Tiger Woods is an expert golfer, but he is challenged every time he plays, right? You will always be challenged on the slopes – heck, that’s kinda why we’re out there, right? There will always be harder trails, bigger cliffs, sicker lines, etc. I think if you willingly and frequently ski double-blacks and “expert only” terrain – and do so respectfully (ie: not tumbling down the whole thing) then you are considered an expert skier.
Can’t be just the high price of gas! It’s Wednesday and there very little traffic and a pleasant 70 degress outside! Track was a blast yesterday and not only did I run well (quite a few 75second 400’s) but I’m not sore today and … IT’S A NICE DAY!
Life is hard, don’t use your kids as an excuse. It’s air conditioning season and I keep on finding people who say lame things like: “this new air conditioning system is for my ____” when in reality it’s an excuse to make your life easier. Make life suck a bit more so you can enjoy it. Think of it this way, I was riding up Kings Mountain Road on Monday and I felt just miserable, upset stomach, legs were lead, cold, and just felt totally off.