“Don’t wait. The time will never be just right.” – Napoleon Hill, best-selling author of “Think and Grow Rich”
(or as I like to say, “do it now. do it now. do it now.”)
I’ve done it. We worked all morning, day, and night but I am officially out of Charlotte. My last week there was perfect, much of which I have already recapped. I spent my last day hanging out with all of my friends, packing up last minute items with my parents, and of course sweating. I started my morning where else but at fight gone mad.
We did dumbbell thrust, at least I think that’s what they’re called. I’m just not very good at those kinds of things, and I’m obviously still learning the lingo. It was a great workout followed by bicycle (abs) tabata. Third class of the week there. Trust me, this place never gets easier.
I followed this by an hour of hot yoga at yoga one. Though it has since moved, this is the first place I ever did yoga, and I practiced there for almost 2 years. I’m a very sentimental person, so I wanted my first place to be my last. It was a perfect class. I was beaming with peace and happiness at the end.
Backing up to Thursday night, I had dinner with all of the girls from work. We got a great big table and celebrated new adventures in honor of myself and one of the other girls. I was given this:
I love it. It speaks to me so much. It says “wherever you may go, bring your own sunshine.” Again, perfect.
I am going to miss Charlotte, all of my friends, all of the memories and experiences. That being said, I am insanely excited about the next part of my life. I was pretty nervous and anxious earlier this week, but now I just. can’t. wait.
“Decide that you want it more than you are afraid of it.” -Bill Cosby
So after spending the a few days with the family, off to new york I’ll go.