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2016 is almost here. What are your plans?

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My life at the end of 2015…

Do you have any big dreams? Looking back on 2015, what the hell happened? How many things broke apart into a million little pieces? For me, it felt like one big year if rediscovering myself. Which is great, in a way. Except that I sort of figured out that, once I did, I may not fit into the life I’d built for myself.

That’s OK, though. The new year is here (almost) and I can make that my new goal. My running club recently asked everyone to submit their racing plans for 2016 so they could add them to our website. Here’s what I submitted…

  • 1st, and foremost, be awesome.
  • 2nd, outdrink a cowboy. preferably at a ranch somewhere in the desert.
  • 3rd, outrun a lion.
  • 4th, adventure run in the mountains of Idaho, Montana, or Colorado. or, all three.
  • 5th, pull gold out of the earth itself.
  • 6th, discover the source of all things.
  • 7th, play my guitar like a rock god.
  • 8th, hike naked at some point in some undisclosed trail. again.
  • 9th, be with my friends at that pivotal moment when we are ageless, infinite, and indestructible. 
  • 10th, drink from a mountain stream and see the milky way above me, knowing that the universe, for a short period in history, created a small blue planet capable of art, music, thought, war, pain, and suffering—and that it will all be forgotten in the grand scheme of things.

Wish me luck, I guess?

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Botfriendly is the alter-ego and profile of Lindsay Lauck, an SLC-based photographer and freelance writer/self-described gonzo journalist who works in the tech industry. Her past experience includes a mix of fashion, outdoor sports and general story-telling. Mostly, though, she’s busy trying new beers, talking about her dog, defending the oxford comma, and trying to pass as a human being.

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  1. April 29, 2016
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    “The truth. It is a beautiful and terrible thing, and should therefore be treated with great caution”

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