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Last week my life got a LOT more animated.

Hanging upside down from the ceiling of a ballet studio I knew I’d found a new passion.

Getting ready for Cirque

Last year (2012), my New Year’s resolution was to do at least one thing a month that makes me smile, roll my eyes toward Heaven and say, “I can’t believe I’m doing this!”  It made for a GREAT year in a lot of ways.  This year I was determined to keep myself open to possibilities to do the same.

Last Saturday, I dropped my 5 year old at her ballet class and noticed silk cords hanging from the ceiling.  6 days later I was in my first silks class, muscles I haven’t felt in years SCREAMING and ridiculously happy.

I first saw silks at Cirque Du Soleil and loved it; it was beautiful, athletic and downright sexy.


Cirque Silks

My one class at www.artistsplay.com was clumsy, exhausting and it hurt…I’m going back – – – until I find the beautiful, athletic sexiness.

Here’s a challenge to all of you.  What have you wanted to do but have been making excuses about?  GO DO IT!!!

Do something regularly that makes you smile, roll your eyes toward Heaven and say, “I can’t believe I’m doing this.”


Comments on: "I can’t believe I’m doing this." (10)

  1. Oh my goodness! I’ve always wanted to do that. Looks like fun!

  2. I needed this today! Thank you!

  3. readingwritinglawyer said:

    Doing a few radical things you’ve never thought of doing before is an amazing thing to do. My friends challenged me to do nineteen new things before I turned nineteen. Four days in and I’ve already had so many amazing moments and there is more madness to come!

    • More power to the madness. May it continue WAY past 19. I’m cruising 50 and I’m still loving the challenge of new things.

      • readingwritinglawyer said:

        I’m planning to let it continue. I might not try and cram 19 things into 3 months again though! It’s a bit hectic.

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