Funny how one comment or statement can change your whole perception of someone or a group of people. The other night I went to visit a friend of mine I had not seen in a long time. We had a great time catching up and smoking cigars. In the course of our conversation a topic came up. He mentioned that he heard someone make a comment about me that he did not agree with because he knows both sides involved. But it bothered him. He gave me a warning and re-confirmed what others had already warmed me about. I really did not give it much thought until later last night after I got home. I could not get the comment out of my head, and the weird thing is the 7 words were terms those people use not my friends. I could be certain that he had heard something of that sort. It concerned me, but at the same time consoled me. I thought I had made a better impression but apparently I am only human and can’t please everyone. I also came to a distinct realization; I express myself in act not in words. I don’t really speak much about anything close to me but when I do things they are expressions of what I want or need. I should really practice talking it out some more. And I am going to shooting range tonight and it should be fun times; I have actually never fired a real gun (BB guns and pellet guns don’t count).
Law school has been great, it did not happen because of MLK day, so I get one day to re-read a few things that I sped read this weekend. Happy times.
Yes the exciting paragraph. Two sets of Pings arrived fresh from the Ping factory in Phoenix, AZ. I had gotten fitted for pings at the golf shop but was not about to drop a couple grand on new sticks. That would be crazy and I am a broke law school student. So I went online, investigated which older pings could be adjusted directly by the manufacture and stole them on eBay. I say stole not because I literally high jacked them in an online sting or anything, but I did get sweet deals. I got two ISI-K (3-PW) and Eye 2+ (2-SW). So now both sets are orange dots. When I decide to sell a set I will throw it up on eBay and get rid of it. So the end is coming near for those rounds where I failed to break 100. I know it is not a lofty goal by any standard but it’s my goal darn it, for now.