Most things that are good in life require patience. Not very often does something worth having come easy. These are lessons I’ve learned my entire life and they hold true in football, hunting and in life. When running a route in football, if I rush the route it throws off the timing of the QB, can give my route away to the defender and sometimes just put me flat out of position for the ball. In hunting, if I rush a shot most times it will be off the mark resulting in a wounded animal or clean miss. If I’m trying to get to my stand too quickly I can bump any animals in the area out unlike if I took my time and snuck in undetected.
The last few days have really been testing my patience. Even though I’m an avid hunter and absolutely love to bow hunt, I’ve never owned my own brand new bow. I’ve always used hand me downs or borrowed from friends and relatives. I finally decided it was time to change that and ordered a new bow late last week and the shipping was suppose to be in yesterday and definitely by today. Well, still no bow and I don’t know if I’ve ever been more excited to receive a package. The delivery service is definitely testing my patience and I can only guess that they are trying to teach me a lesson. If patience is a virtue and nothing good comes easy this will probably be the bow of the century! Stay tuned for more posts on what bow I bought and the accessories I’ll be equipping it with. Lots of phone calls and research went in to this decision so you won’t want to miss it!