Greetings! If you are reading this, thank you! This is my second entry to this blog chronicling my journey to the Kamloops Spring Triathlon in May 2020. It’s designed to keep you in the loop of what it’s like to train for a multi-sport event and to do so from the perspective of an Indigenous person who grew up pretty far removed from sports altogether. There are a couple things that make my training important to me. One, and this might be the most important, is the fact that
I have found that if I dig deep enough, I will find what I seek. I can attribute that to just about anything I have accomplished, whether it be the constant sabotaging of every relationship I can think of, or whether its pushing my body to ride a bike for 164 kilometers. For better or for worse, in times of trauma and self-destruction or in times of contentment and positive thinking, I have always been reasonably good at whatever I set my mind to. I think my ability to commit
Hey Kamloops, the Thompson-Nicola Region United Way has had some paintings of mine brightening up the walls of their new facility in the XChange building at 286 Tranquille Road. You are invited to a reception on December 12th from 5:00-7:00pm, where I will be on hand to share a few words about my work. Free admission, refreshments provided.