My willpower was fried from the last ride and I couldn’t keep myself calm.
I didn’t feel like I belonged, and I had this nagging feeling I should quit. When I finally told my mom I wasn’t going to sign up again next year this huge wave of relief washed over me. I knew right away I made the right decision.
My hell was just beginning. Body weak and sweaty, I lined up between the first set of wooden doors. Instructions for number of laps and times expected were handed out, and then we ran, and ran, and ran.
Not only was I wasting hours of time every few days on playing video games, but I tried hiding it from view.
The large engine came to life as it guzzled gas and the car leapt forward. The curvy dark road was a direct shot back to town. At this time of night it wasn’t heavily used so the car behind us came up neck and neck to my car.
Since I was a child I can remember playing video games. My favorite was Aladdin on the Sega Genesis. My father would rent the game and the system for my sister and I. The best time was when we would all sit down and get excited about our successes or failures. Eventually we progressed to … Continue reading Addiction – 2018
Through the 29 years I’ve been on this earth I remember a good portion of my life. I often think if I had some sort of brain hack that I would be able to recall whatever I wanted from my life. How cool would that be right?