Balance in all things

20th March, 2016 by

By Randy Wyrick

EDWARDS — David “Bobcat” Smith was slogging along on a treadmill, a mind-numbing way to break a sweat.Kim Fields was already a black belt, second or third degree, Bobcat couldn’t quite remember which. All he knew was that she was really, really good at martial arts, and still is.She was his roommate at the time and a good person. She rescued him from the treadmill — a metaphor for everything mundane — and invited him to try martial arts.“You should try this!” Kim said to Smith as he slogged along his treadmill.Bobcat look at his spot on the treadmill, and …

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