It’s a little concerning when you’re leaving a workout and a tribe member tells you that he thinks he bit his lip during the crashed ice workout because he noticed some blood on his hand and in the snow. I asked him if he was alright, worried when he talked about seeing blood, but he assured me he was good and off to work I went. And then I went on twitter to see a selfie of said tribe member who looks like he was taken out by a tree on our crashed course! Yikes…not just a bit lip but a swollen bloody lip and a scraped nose! On one hand, I am super proud – we have badass tribe members who give it their all, on the other hand…#safetythird? …let’s be careful out there. Paul, I hope you came up with a great story for your students today to explain your appearance.
This morning was fun! I love that you are all such awesome sports, willing to simply play. I love that you get up super early to run and somersault through the fresh March snow – Congrats to Travis and Chloe for being our NP Crashed Champs! I love that you pulled out hockey jerseys and helmets at the last minute to dress for today’s theme. I love that you cheer each other on and share in laughter and spread joy to start your day. These are the stories I tell when people ask me “Why November Project?” The answers are easy and the stories are plenty. Thank you for being a part of these stories.
Let’s write some more starting Wednesday!
#justshowup 6 AM
Wednesday – Royal Glenora Stairs
Friday – Walterdale Hill
**There are still buffs for sale – bring $5.00 exact change and I will sell you one after the workout**
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