You need to prepare for an event such as the Edgewalk. For me that meant researching reviews on what it was like to participate in a height-challenging event such as the one that I already committed to completing prior to the close of this blog on October 20th.
From the reviews, I know some details of what to expect before and during this challenge that has helped to calm my nerves. (Sort of.) From the information gleaned from the internet and in conjunction with the perky positive part of my brain (there’s the other side too, but I’ve already explained to Mrs. Negativity that she’s not allowed to voice her opinions in this blog post) I’ve come up with a Top 10 List.
TOP 10 LIST OF THOUGHTS ABOUT PARTICIPATING IN THE CN TOWER EDGEWALK:
10. Don’t faint.
9. They check your strings many, many times. (Ok, ropes. Tethers? Harness? Whatever.)
8. It’s a maximum of 20 minutes out there. I can do anything for 20 minutes.
7. You don’t need to do all the tricks. (Such as that nonsense about leaning forward over the CN Tower.)
6. This is a once in a lifetime experience.
5. You’ll never have to do this again.
3. be brave.
2. Be Brave
1. BE BRAVE.