I reluctantly agree. Can't say no to the guy whom is my Twa Pek, can I?
The game was at Whittier Narrows which is about a 20-minute drive from our place.
As I was worried that my self-imposed chill-out sentence wasn't completed, I wasn't sure if I could bring myself to play the game with the passion that I used to have for it. So I brought along my Lumix as an added insurance to keep me distracted. Just in case.
As it turned out that my game has gotten back a bit of normalcy. Shot 90 (which is good by my crappy standards and considering that fact that I didn't touch my clubs in weeks) and had fun snapping pictures here, there and everywhere. The guys were a bit peeved with me as throughout the whole game, I spent more time taking pictures than playing the game. Oops.
So all in all, it turned out to be a pretty good day.
... and where there are pine cones, there will be squirrels. The guys thought I went mad as I was chasing this squirrel all over the fairway with the golf buggy in one hand and the camera in the other.
1. a reader left...
Friday, 15 April 2005 3:13 amyou look a little like your twa pek! Don't mean the tee ko pek part
2. JayWalk left...
Friday, 15 April 2005 3:33 pm
Ahh.. the tee ko pek part will come when I am in the 60s.
You will sport me in a Maserati Spyder, waiting outside ACJC for my girlfriend to finish her school.... *drool* ....