LR does storytime:
Gather round to hear the amazing tale of how a decent to average girl decided to blow off convention and learn how to walk on her hands.
It started with a wimper, a free standing handstand here or there.
When that became too easy, she looked for more ways to challenge herself while upside-down. There was the handstand pushup, which weren't much harder than handstands, so she jumped to deficits fairly quickly. This girl feared no movement.
When that was mastered, the girl was sad - what would she do next? Then she saw some boy with freakish cartoon arms blow by her on his hands and walk from one side of the box to the other.
“Hmm,” the girl said, “That’s what I’ll do next.”
She started out in a straight line.
When she had grown marginally good at doing that, she decided to add in an obstacle. She wasn’t one to just do as well as someone else. She had to find a way to be better.
Finally, she asked a friend to make it just that more difficult...
She is not one to stay idle, however. She still roams these parts looking for her next upside down challenge. What should she try next?