After running 6 laps, I sat on the spectators seat to enjoy the view. The rainbow decided to show up for a brief moment before the dark clouds swoop over, covering the setting sun’s rays.
If I could train or work out in a place like this every day, I’d be the happiest most Zen person in the world.
My heart belongs to this town and another place I’ve never been to.
The sun’s an easy friend but I still love the rain and it’s on-again-off-again friend, the rainbow.
There was nothing like it.
I’ve never felt anything like it.
The minute my feet parted from the ground, it was amazing.
From the cold breeze to the deafening sounds of the wind crashing through my whole body to the green hills and the blue rocky stream to the blinding rays of the sun to the cotton-like clouds and to the seemingly tiny people waiting for me on the ground, it was enchanting.
If I could live up there, just floating through the sky, I would.
I remember the day vividly.
I remember crashing to the ground and the pain. I remember the thoughts I had. I remember the taste of blood. I remember the smell of cigarettes while waiting for the ambulans.
It’s a day I’ll never forget. It was such a funny day.
My hometown has the best sunsets.
7th January 2017