Accidental Brilliance

I’ve been watching the Billabong Pipe Masters competition and Kelly Slater, one of the best athletes of all time IMO, won his heat.

When Kelly Slater got out of the water, the surf journalist (journalist may be a strong word) asked Kelly “What are your habits?”

Kelly said he bit his nails too much and is late to things far more often than he would like #thingsjenniferanistonwouldneveradmit

There is something so exciting and inspiring about having one of your high-profile heroes not hiding from being a human.

So on that note, I blame my poor parallel parking on my big car and I am a bad speller. In middle school, I tried biting my nails once to see what the deal was, and I failed at it.

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5 thoughts on “Accidental Brilliance

  1. My mom once told me, “You can’t be fabulous every day.” But what’s to stop us from trying? I think the little failures are just meant keep our success from going too much to our heads.

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