thanx a LOT for all the positive encouragement i got, i really appreciate!!!
i was thinking about putting that blog to a rest till i have some "climbing-news" again. i know and understand very well that many people are in no way interested in the whining and self-pity of a spoiled western european (hopefully just temporary) cripple, cause out there in the world are billions of people who are a million times worser off then me. and there are a lot of other climbers who suffered and will suffer way more then i did and will do.
but i put up this blog to show "another" view on bouldering then the daily "second-try-5min-i-am-sooooos-strong-dude-softie-mix", and what happened happened (no i am not "lost" yet... ;) , and it's part of "the game" called life - there is not just the bright side of climbing. so its about breaking bad (yo mr. white...;) right now - well, ok, maybe not yet...
whatever, there are many (friends) out there who care, others that are injured and fight to get back, so thats for them, all the others are kindly requested to leave the train here... - and so i will continue... with my personal "dark-side of bouldering":
for the next 364days this blog will not be about some crazy new, bad ass, super nice, sick hard new 9C boulders. it will be about that long journey and all that struggling from just beeing able to lie in a bed to learning to walk again, till the day will come when i will climb that piece of rock up there at sustenpass which has caught me for the last 8years and on which i nearly destroyed my (climbing)-life... it is and it will definitely be a tiring and humbling (compared to giving "personal-down-grades" on 8a.nu...) experience to make my way back... so the real epic hast just begun.
but i will be back and i will be stronger - so see you in a year (or two...): "highlander"!!!
update: surgery went well so far. soon more about that...