Thanks to Linda for setting the word prompt yesterday.
Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is “practice/practise.” Use it any way you’d like. Have fun!
I admit I’ve gone a bit off the boil with some challenges lately, some of which I haven’t participated in at all this year!
They say practice makes perfect, and it doesn’t matter how much I practice, perfection is never the end result. However, saying that, the results aren’t actually bad, and in the case of food, usually edible!
Practicing scales when I had piano lessons was boring, and I’d try to vamp things up a bit.
I do a pretty nifty version of chopsticks too.
I used to love netball practice at school, but one PE teacher seemed to think that anything I enjoyed or seemed to, was off limits and she’d put me on the hockey field instead in the winter months, and in the summer rather than tennis, it would be athletics. Needless to say, I am not a sporty person, though I have taken up the miniature javelin.
Hm, practice makes perfect, and the lampshade was a nervous wreck as we both hit it on more than one occasion. My game improved somewhat when we put the board up in the hall, and the closest I got to 180 was this
Sadly with the current status quo, the darts league has been suspended for the foreseeable future and although Hubby and I still play at home, it doesn’t seem to matter how much I practice, my game is going to pot.
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