Re: [snowkiteidaho] Why we kite?
- excellent. the first step toward cure is accepting you have a problem....I've found it strengthening to recite:"Hi. My name is ________. I'm a kiteaholic. I've been one for _________ years. I've been off kites & wind for ________ days and every day is a struggle."
On 1/19/09, Jason Brickner <jasonbrickner@...> wrote:I once shared your fear.... but now a wife, three kids, dog, and 9hr/day job has brought me back to reality. While I'm not a kite junky on the outside, I will always be one on the inside.Rehab is for wimps!!!-Jason
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Subject: [snowkiteidaho] Why we kite?
Why do you kite? What is the draw for you?
Mine is some kite dealer got me hooked and now I am an addict I am glad that I am not a kite junky like Steve or Eddie or Monty etc...But I am scared that I have lost the power of choice and will one day also bercome a kite junky I may need a kiting rehab I need help