The first week of Life-saving/Swimming. Was not used to wearing swimming costume in front of the guy seniors especially...so
uncomfortable. And not used to swimming without being able to touch the floor of the pool and took quite some time to jump into the deep pool. The consoling side is that the instructor is nice and I hope he can make me pass the Bronze Medallion so that I can become a certified lifeguard. Sheesh.
The physical training was tiring though. Did 800
push-ups together with all the members, ran and did crunches, squats, circuit training all in the early afternoon and I'm totally surprised I'm still alive and writing this. But I can totally feel the ache all over and to people, I looked like I was dying. Sheesh. Please bless me, someone or something... I need blessings to last for 1 and a half years.
And I totally need to remind myself that I must get used to being permanently tanned and an aching body...but please, broad broad shoulders and muscular body stay far far away from me.
I still miss Dunman, everything that makes up Dunman. Even more so when I went back for the Dunman Carnival and the Dunman Guitar/String/Band concert. Missing is painful.Awkward looks and silencesA place just for its purpose to be in Smiling facadeUnderneath; the hidden picture Of a crying faceComfort is lostAs Time puts on a facade too-It comes to a standstill Day is no longer a dayThere is actually no light;I no longer see you andYour smile.