"Back to the ice" is a saying that comes from being at hockey practice everyday from November to March. After March you are told, by the powers that be, that you have to leave your teamates and go home after school instead of the rink. But there was one big difference my senior year and no one has ever mentioned it until now, we couldn't give it up. All I kept thinking was that I don't want to leave this emotion. After we won our last game, there is no words to describe the feeling, no one left the locker room. The parents waited in the waiting room. No one left the empty rink, then someone jumped on the ice and everyone followed. This is a story very few ever heard. We played tag on the ice like we were a bunch of 2ND graders. We didn't leave we just ran and slid around. Hockey was so much to us that we couldn't leave. So when life gets too stressful and responsibilities seem too much to handle ( make sure that make you go outside your comfort zone) remember if you never try something you will never know. You can have the emotion of being young while you grow happily old. If you don't have a place any great moment will suffice. And I will always go back to the ice.
It feels good to just take a risk. When we won, I floated above my body and whatched 22 out of 26