[at-l] HANGING OVER ME.
liteshoe at gmail.com
Wed Apr 7 12:46:27 CDT 2010
This is the most courageous honest post I've seen on the subject in years.
Kudos to your clear-eyed assessment. Truly, congratulations.
Now, all kinds of new stuff can flow in.
Best of luck on the next leg of your "journey."
Date: Wed, 7 Apr 2010 06:18:25 -0700 (PDT)
From: EHamilton <imagainst_the_wind at yahoo.com>
Subject: [at-l] HANGING OVER ME.
To: at-l at backcountry.net
Cc: WomenHikers at yahoogroups.com
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>Knowing that down there in Georgia, thru-hike-start season is in full swing
(even starting to wind down), I keep thinking, "I started, I intended to
thru-hike, I bailed when things got tough." Or sometimes I think, "I was
forced off the >Trail by circumstances" or, more honestly, by mistakes. The
truth is, nothing FORCED me off the Trail. I weighed my choices for two
weeks and chose a different path.
>I could have?continued..... I chose not to. It was a hard choice and I
guess hard choices always leave us with "I could have, should have, would
have..." --?all useless tenses...
"The Ordinary Adventurer"
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