The mere concept of something can be thrilling, but when the day actually comes to take part in that event, all you want to do is run the other way. When I woke up the morning of the first official skills night, I was unenthused to say the least. I didn’t completely dismiss the idea of going, but I was, well, scared. I didn’t know anyone, I didn’t know what the experience was going to be like and I didn’t know if I’d be any good in comparison to the other girls. On top of all that, the practice area was in some obscure location that I was awfully hesitant to park my car in.
As the day progressed, my family and friends were far from encouraging. My friends were still skeptical of the sport all together and, naturally, my parents were freaked by the idea of me waltzing off to a sketchy area to meet people I didn’t know. To be honest, the only thing really driving me to go was the fact that I just dropped a wad of cash on equipment.
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