Mudthaw:Well, that's pretty easy. I missed it. We had flight delays and by the time we returned to NJ, we were done and just wanted to get home. Thankfully, its an annual event, so there is always next year.
Practice Report - 4/5/16:Got to practice a little later than expected. E fell asleep in the car and he was a little out of sorts after getting there. Had a long talk with a new fencer on the topic of motivation and self actualization. No one is going to hand you anything, you have to work for it, earn it, and be proud of yourself. Its tough sometime, especially when you feel like you are in this all alone.
I got suited up late, had some great passes with +Jonathan Bayles, a newer fencer visiting from Endless Hills, and then +Raymond Edwards.
Jonathan is in that transition stage where he is going from being raw, to becoming a fencer. Its that plateau we all face when we start to over think things. I am sure it will be a short plateau for him.
With Ray, it had been so long since we actually fenced one another. He had his longer blade, and I kept my regular blade. We both had our daggers. It was some of the best passes I've had in a long time with any opponent.