Sports are Life, and the End of a Season
Hey, it’s Issie. How are you? Hope you’re doing good. Cross Country just ended for me. I ran my race and I ran hard during Sub-Sections. It had been a good season, I have worked so hard to get where I was when I ran, and I gave that last race everything I had. I put so much into this season I feel proud of what I have accomplished and proud to be a Cross Country runner. Like I tell most people, I still think Cross Country was one of the best decisions I ever made in my life, and it gave me a sort of attitude, that I will take with me throughout my entire life.
One of the best things that made my season so good was my team. Now, I’m not normally the biggest extrovert, and when it comes to people in my small town sometimes I’m not always accepted if you will, and this team was like a family. We supported each other when running around the track. We bonded through our love hate relationship of running, and fear for our coach’s practice plan. We went out to breakfast before school together, and we talk over Snap Chat about things that aren’t even relevant.
For an individual sport, we were more of a team than I ever was playing soccer.
I’m kinda sad it’s over, but soccer tryouts are today through Wednesday, so wish me luck. I never really realized how much sports are a part of my life, but they really are. I guess I really just like getting out there and doing stuff, and exercise and fitness has changed my life. If I’m anxious, or mad, or depressed, or just so happy I want to dance fitness is always there for me. Sports are life.
I guess it’s just sad but with the end of a season comes another. Hopefully I make it on the soccer team.
Anyways, remember good vibes = good life.