Hello ladies and gents,
It certainly has been awhile, but we're back in the saddle again. For those of you not in the know, I went back to school this fall, and I have to say, it has been kicking the lower end of my digestive tract. Homework is a bear and takes up too much time.
This semester is a little lighter on the course load. That or I'm just not being as diligent. The truth is somewhere in there. In any event, this is the time of the year when I get the itch...
I greatly dislike playing in typical winter weather. I've played in snow and ice before. Pretty sure I did it on sheer principle. But as I've grown older, I've realized that (in the words of Lewis Black) it isn't a triumph of the human spirit... it's f***in' stupid. It doesn't seem like disc golf to me. Instead, I've spent the winter cooped up inside staring at my practice basket. And as month as turned to month, my strange desire to throw molded plastic at metallic assembles becomes a pervasive part of my reality. It is a cacophony of silence that begs to be pierced by the chinging of chains.
Let us all prepare now brothers and sisters to scratch that mutual itch we share. For while in the fall we somberly muttered that winter is coming, in the winter we may now anxiously proclaim that spring is nigh!