So, lots to report but I'm extremely tired at the moment. I just got finished working a hockey camp for the past two weeks. Lots of fun and I learned a lot; however, I am not too sure about kids these days. For the most part, they were good and I'm sure it's that way with every generation. There was one kid, problem child all week long. Long story short, I hit him in the head with a dodge ball the last day and he dropped to the ground crying. My conscience is still out on the issue. It felt good, but what feels good isn't always right.
Which leads me to the next area of my life - women. Met another girl a few weeks back and we have hung out a few times. Had a crazy night that involved alcohol - I'll leave the rest to your imagination. Anyway, great girl, going to get her masters in Public Policy and might finish her law degree. A little, well a lot of independence in her, intelligent, attractive, and likes to joke around. The only problem is she is leaving for California in a few weeks and has a 10 day vacation between now and then. Needless to say, I think things are over (I doubt she'll call), but it was, as Joel put so elegantly, my first giant leap off the cliff, the relationship cliff. So, should be good to go, not sure if it's something I am actively pursuing at the moment, not just this one, but all girls in general. I will be sure to keep you up to date.
Had a job offer in Korea and three interviews from companies in Japan. However, I decided to stay in the area and see where this life success thing takes me. If thing's don't work out, I can always head over seas in the near future or out to Seattle, see Joel. There are a lot of things in the planning stage at the time being and I am positive that once they move in to action, this will be something I love to do. The next couple of weeks should be very very interesting, perhaps life changing. I believe, for now, that is everything. I hope that everyone is doing well and is happy with where they are at right now in their life - remember, you only get one shot at it! Take care and love you all. To all my friends in Japan, I miss you guys and hope to see you soon.
So I looked on YouTube and found the video. If you are going to watch it, be prepared to no longer make excuses for yourself, be prepared to never use the word can't again, and be prepared to have your life changed in 6 minutes. You think you can't????