Rhys...TY for an excellent lesson
today. You knew what needed to be done to get me to hit those blankety-blank teal and darned if you didn't get me to do it!
Almost amazing to me how well the lesson worked.
Same for the two nasty presentations at
the dead-tree station. I felt particularly good about breaking that quick outgoer from the left side. And the idea to try
a new form of decreasing lead on the crosser from the right was a good way to get me into using proper lead. Those last two
breaks are still vivid in my mind's eye.
Anyway, I'm pleased with the progress I have made to this point,
as I start into month #8 of my shooting pasttime.
And, considerable credit goes to you. You
are a very good, patient and creative teacher. I'm regularly left shaking my head in amazement, as I was today, on how you
are able to gently and subtlely get me to do something new. I think the measure of regard I have for your teaching ability is
that I just want to immediately get back out onto the range and break more targets to groove into my subconscious the things
which you have taught me.
Anyway, from your continuing-to-be-motivated student, "That's like YOU!"