Yesterday was what we call a “Bluebird Day” on the mountain here in Colorado. The sky was blue. The sun was shining. The ski runs were groomed and it was a day for fast skiing.
My friend is a really good photographer. He brought his fancy camera and lenses out and devoted his day to showing me a few things about photography.
I love this photo that John took. To me, it is a reminder of fast skiing (which I have a passion for) and living on the edge. You can't tell by looking at the photo but my speed was in excess of 50 MPH. I love speed!
Do you spend time on the edge? Do you ever step out of your comfort zone to do things that might scare you, stretch you or invigorate you?
I’ve been labeled more than once a “thrill seeking adrenaline junkie”.
When someone labeled me that way for the first time, I asked him what was wrong with the label. He told me that I might get hurt. I responded by suggesting that I might not get hurt. We agreed to disagree.
What have you always thought about doing that you just aren’t doing?
Step out of your comfort zone and try something new. You just might like it!