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I’ve Fallen – But I Can Get Up!

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  1. I use to work at a ski hill for the free skiing. The irony in that was I was so sick of the place I never skied there. The pizza pose is called the snowplough here, obviously kids here are more familiar with those 😉 were you sore the next day? It’s more thrilling when you conquer something new than when you try and give up. Well done! Enjoy your new found winter hobby 🙂

  2. Good job, Lisa! I have never attempted to ski … scaredy cat to the max! Now, at 53 with two hip replacements, no way will I attempt to learn. I think, perhaps, that I will learn to play the piano this year, which may be a bit easier on my bones 🙂 Maybe I will be able to sit in the ski lodge by the fireplace, sip some red wine, and play a tune on the piano while you ski your heart out next year!

  3. blogventer says:

    Congrats, Lisa! 🙂 So proud of you for conquering your fears — and I love the attitude you went-in with. Awesome!

  4. candidkay says:

    Loving that a) you laughed about it all and b) he is so supportive:). Almost makes me want to ski. Almost.

  5. sherrylcook says:

    I wanna do it, I wanna do it! That sounds so exhilarating… My aunt owns a mountain house on Beech mtn which is on the other side of Banner Elk. Some of the most beautiful country around. If I would have known you were going there I could have given you some great places to visit around the area. Glad you had a wonderful time!

    • How cool! We were debating between the two places but decided to go with Sugar since Brian had been there before. It is stunning! This was my first time in that particular corner of the state but it won’t be my last…so please share those places to visit! We plan on making the skiing trip an annual tradition and I’m also prioritizing the area for our next (warmer weather!) camping trip.

  6. Subhan Zein says:

    I liked your title, very nice! 🙂

    “The secret of life is to fall seven times and to rise eight times”- Paulo Coelho

    Subhan Zein

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