The 3 weeks of football of practice are over and camp just got over friday.
It was a good experience and I'm excited for the real season in the fall where it really matters. The first week was pretty rough but I started getting the hang of it by the end of camp. Still no where near my potential but yeah it's good. I'll get to where I be blastin people with my 220 pound frame NIGGAAA! haha j/k kinda. ;)
I play defensive end and tight end. I'm the one who sacks the quarterback if you didn't now what my position entails.
Thats all I have been doing this summer break so far. I'm hopefully going to get a job at a pool. I am now officially certified as a lifeguard.
O looks like I'll be able to graduate seminary and go on a foreign mission, maybe. I'm making up all my seminary absences which only amounts to 20 days of work. It's easier than going to class.
And I just got off the phone with Bro. Petty about scouts. And it looks like all I need to do is my eagle project. Should be fu...gay but it'll be worth it.
For football I have to lift from July 7th to august 20th. They have sessions from 6-8 a.m or 7-9 at night. If you miss one day you are put on the "and" squad and will have extra conditioning after practice. And in the first few weeks of practice we condition. So it doesn't look like I'll be doing to much traveling this summer. It'll be worht it though, friday nights ARE SICK! Did I mention girls? I'm single by the way.
Another sweeet thing I did this break so far was bridge jumping. After practice a group of us would go down to the east side train bridge. It was funny to see 200 pound linebackers that would play football but not jump off a 20 ft. bridge. I'm gonna tell Graff about that. j/k
Heres a funny song by Flight of the Conchords