A Homecoming

I just had the best day I’ve had in awhile.

This morning I did 200 pushups, no Rachel I’m not doing this because of your suggestion that I could only do 9.  Haha, I actually found this website a few days ago www.hundredpushups.com and so I decided to go for it.  I made a change to the program though, I’m giving myself two weeks to hit my mark of 100 consecutive pushups.  I can do nearly half that at the moment, I don’t think thats too much of a strech.  Great way to start a day by the way.

Then it started pouring rain and stopped and started and stopped and started and kept going and going.  It was really quite a bit of rain.  The buddy I mentioned earlier that was coming home finally showed up today.  We then proceeded to do everything from rock climbing to scaling a cliff for a view of the city skyline and a pretty sweet sunset (yes we took pics I’ll share them soon enough,) and then some midnight kayaking and fishing on a local lake.  It’s really great to have a friend back in town.  It’s also fitting that it’s this particular friend.  After all he is the same friend that I first met when I moved here at the age of four.  I’d go into more depth but my arms hurt quite a bit now.

Everyday I find myself rediscovering more reasons as to why I loved New Hampshire, and why I still do.

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3 Responses to “A Homecoming”

  1. Do you think people come in and out of our lives for a reason? Seems like you have a lot of that going on.

  2. fourshots Says:

    I’m not entirely sure what I think of that, once you mess around with there being reason behind everything you can easily get pulled into believing in a grander scheme at work. I think things just happen, sometimes you can reason with them and sometimes you can’t.

  3. …i did 65 in 45 seconds….so you’re still a pussy.

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