The summer is going well so far, so long as I avoid the pit of "Netflix all day". I mean, Netflix some of the day is fine, I've been watching Twin Peaks. Oh my gosh, what a show. So weird, so brilliant. I love it. And although I've heard a lot of things abot this show, I've managed to go my entire life not knowing any spoilers at all. I seriously have no idea what's going to happen, love it.
Panic and I spend a lot of time at the park. We go for a run in the woods and then hang out in this big field for awhile. It's relaxing, peaceful. Always makes me feel more centered. It's a fairly busy park, but the trail system is so extensive that we don't run into very many people. There's something so exhilarating about trail running that I just don't experience on the road. The movement of the trail cutting through the hillside, the sudden dips and turns. I reach this weird mode of peace as I run. I feel like my legs are acting separately from the rest of me. I simply have to put all my trust into them.The trail is uneven, full of jutting rocks and stones, and yet somehow my feet always find a stable place to land. Panic zooms through the woods beside me and probably feels the same thing. How can he run so gracefully through the undergrowth?
Yes, we have fun. Fun fun fun. Speaking of fun, we had a show this weekend and it was FUN! Yes, that's right, you heard me, fun at a dog show! Can you believe it? Local show. DCAA is great. Panic is great (duh). I kept my head on straight and embraced being there, surrounded by genuinely nice people that I'm very happy to call my friends. It made me want to trial more, although I know not every show is like this one. It was a great environment to be in. Very thankful. Very very thankful.