Awesome Maldo, awesome. Sounds like you’ve got a truly great dame on your hands there. And being able to go on hikes up in the flat-irons? Dude, keep living the dream~!
However, regarding what Slender wrote….well, I just can’t let that slide whether I agree or not.
Ten things I want to do before I die:
1.) Be a lucid dreamer. You hear about it, people sometimes talk about it. It’s happened to me for VERY brief instants and then I lose it. To actually be able to DO IT, repeatably, would be quite cool.
2.) Become dedicated enough to do yoga every day. Would be the key to a successful, healthy, and happy life.
3.) Become a fearless surfer
4.) Free dive (with no tanks) past 50 feet, unweighted. I can hold my breath, easily, long enough, but there’s a fear factor I have yet to beat here. I have a friend who does 80 feet regularly- fucker.
5.) Live aboard a sailboat, island hopping, in the s. pacific for a couple of years.
6.) Live in an off the grid, hand-built home, high in the rocky mountains for a couple of years.
7.) Catch a Wahoo, slice him up there on the spot, and eat him sashimi style with wasabi, soy sauce, pickled ginger, and a bottle of cold sake while an asian honey smokes my pole on the deck of my boat.
8.) Fight the following people inside of the Octagon while wearing a leopard print g-string and fighting under the name, “Cash Money”, with Dru Barrymore (wearing a sheer neglige) acting as my second : Bill O’Reiley, George W. Bush, Osama Bin Laden, John Kerry, Rush Limbaugh, and other noteworthy assholes.
9.) Escape the Earth’s gravitational field in a 1970 Plymouth roadrunner with a 440 c.i. engine and a six pack while listening to Godsmack while on my way to a planet far, far away which was entirely inhabited by Brazillian looking bisexual chicas with c-cup titties and bubble butts.
10.) Successfully program my VCR.
Omg, I so want to do that now. All of these
"If you always put limit on everything you do, physical or anything else, it will spread into your work and into your life. There are no limits. There are only plateaus, and you must not stay there, you must go beyond them." -Bruce Lee