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About a year ago my parents decided that instead of hunching over my drawing board 24/7 I should go out and get some exercise like a normal teenager, and now I play squash twice a week. My first lesson experience was pretty similar to Chapel’s.
I'm more, cycle for 3 hours, play stuff for 12!
8/8/12 reply
miss Emma, did your parents teach you how to ride a bicycle yet? that was a great way to get exercise as well.
Dr. Taxil Necrobane 11/7/11 reply
Of course I know how to ride a bike, I'm 14! I really like biking, but we live on top of a VERY steep hill, which makes it quite difficult to do round trips downtown and back.
11/7/11 reply
she can't help but shiver!!!!!!!!!
11/4/11 reply
Yeah. My own squash teacher can be like that sometimes...
11/4/11 reply
wow. that'll be hard.
11/4/11 reply
If it's like tennis, then I feel your pain.
8/6/11 reply
I don't know anything about tennis, but squash can be, though!
10/16/11 reply
Chapel, your mother and I have decided you need to start broadening your horizons. Oh no, not THIS again . . . So, starting tomorrow, youll be taking weekly squash lessons! Same old, same old. YAAWN YAAW Wait, what? Squash, the vegetable? I guess a cooking class would be fun. This was NOT what I had in mind. Shiver Shiver Shiver Chapel! Serive it up! Racket high! Eye on your footwork! Be patient! Face the wall! Keep your balance! Stay alert! No shivering!
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