We had our first Broomball game of the season on Monday… and it was a win! I scored my third-ever goal, which is pretty impressive when you take in-to account that many Broomball games end tied at 0 – 0. For those who don’t know, Broomball is a game where each of the two teams has 5 people on the ice in the rink (+ 1 goalie), a hockey helmet and a “broom” – essentially, a hockey stick that’s been cut before it makes the right angle.
I picked up my friend (and captain) Elyssa for a quick trip to WalMart where we picked up a large pack of White V-Necks, which we then properly destroyed with spray paint and sharpies!!! Needless to say, we were the best looking team! Seriously, what is a team without a uniform???
Coinciding with my Broomball goal was another, pretty important one: since our games are between 10pm – midnight, I have to be pretty diligent with my schoolwork beforehand…
Senior year is hard (so far), but certainly not impossible… so my goal is simply to REALLY find that balance. I’ve always done a pretty good job with extracurriculars and school, but each has always suffered a bit at times when another becomes demanding. This year, I will keep that from happening – specifically with my schoolwork, which I feel I’m finally, TOTALLY prepared for!!!
I AM FIGHTING SENIORITIS, which I’ve decided to define as the dichotomy between “finally being totally prepared” and “not wanting to do anything.”