Sorry I haven't posted much recently, I don't have much to say.
I have been welcomed back into the world of school in a not very friendly way; I have boring subjects, bad teachers and not many friends in my classes.
But I guess that's just life.
I have also been presented with a dilemma.
My netball team have asked me to play in a higher division (sort of a rep. team) as well as my normal games but the thing is, I do calisthenics (a sort of mix betwee gymastics, dance and acting) on the night of the extra games.
So I can either:
a) quit calisthenics, and play both netball games, and hopefully improve my netball skills quite a bit.
b) keep doing calisthenics and just play my normal netball games.
I love them both, but I prefer netball, but then I'd be doing netball either way.
If I do both netball games, I will probably improve my netball a lot more and maybe be able to work myself up to playing to a lot of a higher standard.
Netball will keep me fitter.
You can do calisthenics at any age, even 50 year olds do it, whereas netball will have a peak age and such.
My calisthenics team isn't particular good, and I'm only mildy okay (a.k.a. I'm better at netball).
I can start calisthenics up again next year if I want, whereas this netball opportunity may never come up again.
If I continue calisthenics, I get to do them both.
People will be more disappointed in me if I don't do calisthenics, because at netball, I'll still be playing anyway.
And there is more but I bet you're bored by now.
These thoughts are all swirling around my head and I can't get rid of them.
What happened to the days where you didn't have to make hard decisions, there were endless possibilities and you could do nearly everything and what you couldn't do at the time, you could do later...?
What do you guys think I should do?