It’s easy to fall down. Last week I fell down the stairs and I’m a relatively young man who wasn’t under the influence in any way. I said ‘Good night’ to my son, took a few safe steps, then slipped onto my back and went sliding down the stairs until I crashed into the safety gate at the bottom. Continue reading We All Fall Down
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When you imagine your life and where it will take you, what do you see?
For me the answer isn’t easy — many of the destinations change regularly — but when I picture 30 September 2018, there’s only one place that I dream about: ANZ Stadium.
It’s hard to justify buying a trampoline as an adult. There are so many other things that seem more worthy or more necessary, like food and shelter, but is there a better feeling than the one you get when you leap into the air, letting gravity take its course before briefly touching the surface and springing back higher than before? Okay, you can probably think of a few things to top that, but in the moment a perfectly executed leap sure feels up there with the best of them. Try it for yourself. Jump into the air. Right now. You don’t even need a trampoline. Do it now. See how it feels.
Pretty good, right?