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Steed and Emma enjoy some home movies. What kind of home movies is the question…
Emma Peel’s real feelings about Steed.
You should fanfic these feelings of Emma’s…
^That just gave me an idea.
The trophies and medals are beginning to grow a bit. These are two from karting, the bronze won today from finishing third in the top heat.
Back at my home track for the race night, was a brilliant night!! That place will always have a place I my heart, spent many years karting there. And I still love coming back and racing on it nowadays.
Was a fantastic night, minus one INSANE crash which I was RIGHT IN THE MIDDLE OF UNDER A BRIDGE DOING 50MPH FLAT OUT. That was honestly one of the most scariest things I’ve experienced. I mean sure, I’ve been in crashes, some pretty bad, but that one. Got smashed at 50mph into one wall, ricocheted across the track head first into the other wall, then smashed into by a kart in the side, being smashed back across the track again and into the first wall. There was so much force that I almost got thrown out of my seat and into the on coming path of the other karts on the track, smashing my legs into my steering wheel, and my head and neck flying. One of those moments where everything just went in slow motion and I just gripped onto my steering wheel for dear life, closed my eyes and thought “where ever I end up, is where I end up” as there was nothing I could do. Now that was scary.
But after the red flag from that, what did I do? I carried on, even though the whole thing had winded me and I was in so much pain and bought it home in 3rd. (Okay, I was originally in 2nd and closing in for 1st). Determination, folks. Not just for my career, but for when I want something so badly like that, I don’t give in no matter what. So I think finishing third after that crash and carrying on was good enough for me.In a fair bit of pain right now though. OUCHIES.