Idle hands are the devil’s workshop.
The end of the hockey season is approaching and that means that I won’t have my usual seven hockey practices a week. As crowded as my nights are now, I’ve come to realize that the 8th grade schedule isn’t really made for someone who plays outside sports. I guess that’s why they’re changing it. *nudge* *nudge* *wink* *wink*
Once my season ends, I'm thinking I'm going to feel like there is an empty void on those late Monday and Wednesday nights, since I won’t really have anything to do except homework.
starts, but you can be younger. I am the second youngest on my team, and since I’m staying with that same team, while all but one of my teammates will have to move up to the next age group, next year I will probably be the oldest. I’m excited and I’m thinking about what I can do as a leader on this team.
Going from hockey every single day to hockey only on the occasional tournament weekend probably means that I won’t know what to do with all of that energy I would usually be leaving on the ice. In school I might feel like I’m bouncing off the walls, and when I am doing my homework I’ll feel like I need to go for a five mile run. I might not even be able to focus while playing video games! Nah.
Hopefully I can find some way to deal with all of this excess energy. Maybe I could take my dog for a walk or just punch my heavy bag.
I better find some way before it's too late unless you guys are going to find me a little bit less fun to be around.