Monday, May 27, 2013
A Paragraph to End the Day
The rest of the day was as simple as the morning. I met Don up at Edgies and shot about two hours worth of pool. I mostly lost. I decided two weeks ago that it was time to work on the technical aspects of my pool game, so one of the first things I did was change my grip - which of course through the rest of my game off, in a good way. The new grip allows me to shot truer shots, but since my mind had been trained to compensate for the fact that I tended to pull to the left, now, since I am shooting a straighter line, I am pulling about a degree or two to the right. Enough to make a visible difference. I figure I need about ten hours of practice to hone in the new grip. In the step beyond that I've started working on cue ball control, through spin and English, to set up the next shot. That part has been working pretty good. I think that once I hone my aim back in I'll make a measurable improvement in my over all game. After Edgies, we grabbed dinner at a seafood place, and then I came home, took a short nap, and watched an episode Longmire. From here, I plan on curling up in bed with Leviathan Wakes.