Moving and Practice Don’t Mix Well

We’re moved into our new home in Good Hope, Georgia. During the first seven days here we: unpacked, had a small barn build, had a fence (14,000 square feet of fencing) installed, had the pantry, laundry room, and master closets stripped and rebuilt, bought two TVs, installed one TV on a wall, got a new washer and dryer, got Dish TV set up, and finally got the internet. We, also, got our Georgia driver’s licenses. The house looks good and there are still more changes scheduled or being planned.

All of this moving activity has impacted archery practice. Pretty much eliminating practice. That’s not good considering Sunday is the Georgia State Indoor Championship. I’ll shoot it regardless of the lack of practice. The tournament is so close, 32 minutes away; it would be a crime to not show up.

I am looking forward to having everything in place here at the new house. That’s will lead the way to some order and routine. Until then, I’ll rely on my base preparation and hope to not miss a target.