Friday, April 10, 2009

I am jumping into holes again. This one is exciting though and I don't seem much to mind that I might get stuck. If you had asked me a month ago if I thought this would happen, I would have laughed. I'm glad it did happen though. I feel so much freer. On so many levels.


Anonymous said...

Jumping into holes.

Is that the latest craze in fitness training? Spinning got boring, Pilates past its top, people got used to Hooping the Hula Hoop, and now, there comes Jumping in Holes. Or is it a team sport? "Fifteen minutes into the match, UConn's jumping team leads with three holes" -- sounds convincing to me.

Or is it a metaphor for something? I can't make much sense of your writing, but at least you sound happy, so it must be okay.

Kristin said...

I'm full of metaphors, Johan. When I say jumping into holes, I mean getting myself into something that I probably shouldn't. My friends always make reference to the fact that I don't dig the holes (problems) that I get stuck in but rather, I seem to jump in willingly. Hope this helps! And yes, right now I am happy. =)