Tomorrow, I will get on a plane and fly to Colorado Springs and I am NOT ready.
There's an old saying about learning enough to be dangerous and that's the point I'm at now. I know just enough to do some things that I cannot complete successfully.
I am so doomed.
I just got a response from my doctor here on my questions about my brain zit. I am trading phone calls with the Dr in Phoenix on scheduling. I had sent a bunch of questions to my local neurosurgeon.
Nuts, just what I need, now my head really will whistle when the wind blows.
I had better be able to fence in Atlanta. I wonder if I can put it off till after NAC?
The day did not start well.
I got up about 0430 hours, cleaned up, and in the course of packing up my contacts, discovered that the cap was loose on one set so they'd dried and I did something stupid on the other open set and now I don't know which one is the right one and which one is the left one.
So I grabbed my food and headed out and stopped at the ATM. It was not working so I headed for work. Yes. I headed for work. Turned west on I-70 instead
I had my first lesson in the chair yesterday. It was only my second time fencing whilst seated. A most humbling experience. Of course fencing with a multi paralympian and national title winner, I figure the odds were kind of stacked.
Scott is amazing. He is patient and I actually did hit him a couple times. My biggest problem appears to be that I am still trying to fence on my feet. I am fencing way too big and using more elbow and shoulder than fingertip control. Of course,
I spent all day Friday waiting for the furnace guy, who showed up just before 6pm.
The bottom line is... [drumroll... We're going to need to replace our furnace. Cha-ching!
Today, I went to the local JO qualifier to assist however I could and no, I did NOT direct. I helped set up, tear down, and printed out some bout sheets, etc. While I was doing this, God made it snow.
I am looking forward to the competition tomorrow but I really, really, really want