Turning Into A Cauch PotatoTo be honest I don't like watching sports competitions and I don't have a favourite kind of sport and favourite pla
I'm active. At least deep in my heart and soul :D Frankly speaking, there's a bad tendency in my life - I spend more and more time sitting and less and less doing active things. I walk little, I do sports little, my work is all about computer, my studies are about books and again sitting at the desk.
I have potencial. I'm fit. I like lots of things: roller skating, skating, cross-country skiing, cycling, table tennis, shooting and that part of basketball when you have to throw the ball into the basket :) And I can say I'm quite good at any sport I try! And I'd love to try lots of other things like tennis, mountain skiing, snowboarding, parachute jumping and so on and so forth.
But you know, most of these activities are done in teams, in pairs, whatever but not alone. The thing is my friends (and they are very few) are cauch potatoes. Sometimes they go roller skating with me - that's the most that I can get from them. Sometimes we go to the cinema, sometimes we go to the pubs (quite a sport, right?:)) and when it's warm outside we walk. Not much, huh?
So I'm sitting here in front of this damned monitor after watching a nice film about a girl-snowboarder and think how unhappy I am. I have lots of wishes and no opportunity to make them come true. Most of the sports are connected with money. You need to buy the equipment, you need a car to get to the place (for skiing for example), you need to pay the entrance fee, you need so much! And I'm a student with quite poor parents. So i need someone's company and I need someone's money to keep being active :D Kidding.
I wish sometime in the future when I have a stable good-paid job I'll still want to do all these things and I'll try all I want!
thepictureofmylife 22-25, F 1 Response 1 Feb 24, 2012