Jackie's Forget Me Nots

No vase can overflow if you never fill it up.

It is a Van Halen song.

I had a trampoline in my backyard in my early teens. I learned how to do a few tricks jumping on it after awhile cause what else is there to do right? I know how to do a front, and backdrop flip, also the side to side twist. I was not able to get a real front flip in but with more practice; I am sure I would have eventually aced it if we had maintained our trampoline I suppose.

Nobody bothered to repair it after our cousin jumped on it and tore a hole in the middle of it. We warned, so and so, it was not safe to jump on. The rusty springs were bad enough. It is sad because I enjoyed jumping on the trampoline. It was fun. We even slept on it sometimes. It made a good bed. When the sun was hot, I would get a tan while laying on it.

Our trampoline was gold yellow and rectangle, off the ground, and had a durable black mesh type of thing. We could put a sprinkler underneath it and had lots of water fun as if we were at a water park. It was even better because it was in our backyard. Friends would come over just to jump on our trampoline.

Today I think jumping and rebounders are good for circulation and overall general health. At least that is what they say. I do not own a rebounder, but I was thinking about getting one. I do not believe that my ceiling is high enough to jump on it. IDK. I also like those balls you can use to sit on at your computer or for exercise., but that is beside the point. Anything that is fun to do is worth doing. Jumping, exercise balls, skipping rope is fun but walking? Seriously? That is no fun IMO.

My boobs bounce too much when I jump, and it is embarrassing to me. I am not as young as I would like, to be able to dance anymore. Everything flops around

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