Thinking After Swimming
It was first time I went to swim again since that incredible “story” happened. To my surprise, I didn’t feel uneasy at all when seeing swimming pool again. It seemed I’d already completely recovered. Hurray!
I enjoyed hot spring first, which could help me make a good preparation. Comparing with it, the warm swimming pool was so cold that I spent a period of time to adapt it. I was still with the hope of learning swimming, but I was so timid that I only had courage to move around the side at lower part. Sigh~~~~~ Seeing other swimmers swimming like a fish, I was full of envy. When can I do that? I wish I were a 7-year-old girl now so that I surely can learn swimming during a short time.
Now, I begin to regret not accepting my mom’s advice. When I was a child, she always told me “Learn as much as you can when you are young.” I didn’t care at that time, but now I gradually know how important it was. Predecessors usually have abundant knowledge and enough life experience. They hope their successors could avoid mistakes they had made. However, youth always repeat such errors until they themselves realize it is wrong. Is it the law of growing process?