Dude, I warned you I had a lot of stuff to talk about today. I think since I was so persnickety yesterday, I was doomed to be hit with creativity overload today. Well creativity and some randomness. But come on, my life is one giant PILE of randomness. So try to keep up, k? ;)
So, I stole the idea from Tanya to add the little Feedjit map thinger to my blog, and I love looking at it everyday. It's so fun! (have I used that word enough lately? FUN!) I can see where people are that are reading me, and I think it's awesome. So my new CrossFit goal, is to have at least one CrossFit reader/friend/Kult member in every state. I have already accomplished 21 states, although it might be more now. I just recounted and I think it's 23. :) So, my new goal is to make CrossFit friends. Lots and lots of them. :) Now, to my already CrossFit friends, this does not mean I don't love you. It just means you are going to have lots more friends too. :)
Now, my new idea for a book. So, my job is really starting to stress me out. Parents demanding their kids grades be changed, end of the year tests, me just running on empty and not having had a day off in over 30 days. It's a lot sometimes. So my friend asked me the other day if I could have my dream job, what would I do. I told her I would write. (Gee, imagine that! :P) But then she said about what. And I said, CrossFit and kids' books. And she was the almighty voice of reason saying that I can't blog for a living. Truth, I could, but don't ask me how. But I'm sure I could. But then I thought, but I could write a book about CrossFit, but then I thought, no. I don't know enough to do that. But then I thought... what IF.... I took one GIANT CrossFit road trip and I worked out with an affiliate in every single state? Then I took all the stories, cause oh how I'm sure there would be stories, about my Cross Country CrossFit Road Trip, people I met, dumb things that only happen to me and turn them into a book. But then I realized that this would never happen because I cannot finance it, but oh... if I could. How freakin' awesome would that be?
Just to have to get up and travel and see the country, meet new people, and CrossFit. I already know where my first state would be too, and my first affiliate. Well, New York, and the big bad black box at CrossFit NYC. But alas, unless I hit the lottery, I know it is not possible. But oh how much fun it would be! :)