When I got married I thought that my sporty and adventurous life would be put to a halt and that I would spend most of the time being at home. I thought hubby was a real homeboy because he enjoys being playing rpgs and such, finishing each of the new video and computer games that come out in the market. The only activity I know he engages to is Taekwondo which is why he had a 6-pack abs before! Little did I know that I married a guy with a penchant for extreme sports!Β Skydiving, bungee jumping, ice climbing and other adrenaline-rushing sport shows are what he would watch on his day offs, he reads a lot about them too.

Hubby enjoys snowboarding and I don’t! (I think I mentioned that a lot already.) The kids share the same interest with their dad so I’m there on the sides taking photos of them enjoying the cold. (Call me a killjoy but I just can’t bear winter and it’s coming fast around this region.) I’ve been designated to be the official family photographer for winter because of this!

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Well, we would also play normal sports like tennis, volleyball, table tennis and basketball, which I enjoy a lot. He would also tag us along biking half an hour away from home-to the Danube River. I sweat a lot when we do and I love that fact (gym time gets boring too). Also, I get the chance to take landscape shots when we’re out rolling. He would bring us with him to watch events like the Vienna Airking, skateboard exhibitions and the likes.

I guess the most extreme that we’ve gone to is the Monster Truck show…a 2-hour show featuring drifting, motorcycle stunts and car-crashing monster trucks!

Well I guess my life isn’t as boring as I thought it would be. I have an adventurous partner to pull me out of boredom and make me practice photography in action. I’m cool with that!

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