Low Carb Jabberwockey

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It’s all fun and games until somebody loses an eye !! August 3, 2014

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Fencing Meme.

FUN STUFF at 2014 Summer Nationals with my good friend Isobel…THX for being such a good sport !

 

Game On – 2014 Junior Olympics April 10, 2014

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Fencing Junior Olympics, Portland OR.

The kiddo qualified for foil and epee Junior Olympics, and what a tremendous coincidence that they were held locally here in Portland, Oregon this year.   This is one of my favorite pics from the weekend.  She had broken her arm snowboarding a few weeks earlier, and we were SO happy her doctor cleared her to participate.

 

 

The Jabberwock is back ! May 15, 2013

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Are you wondering what the Jabberwock has been up to lately ?

1. Went to my first fencing competition in about 25 years !

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2. Currently attending a college class that is work related.  Unfortunately this class has absorbed the free time that I usually use to update my blog.

3. Went on a business trip to Charlotte

Even with all this going on, I have some GREAT new recipes.  A few are PERFECT for summer.

 

Jabberwock and Fencing…(En Garde)…Part 1. December 30, 2012

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Junior Olympics, Orlando, Florida

Haacke Und Slaasche high school teammate Tim G. @ Junior Olympics, Orlando, Florida, 1986/87-ish.

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Twenty five years ago the Jabberwock was heavily involved in fencing…yes…Errol Flynn, Princess Bride, and so forth.  Except the Jabberwock did it collegiately  and went to several NCAA’s, Junior Olympics, and all that jazz.

Here’s a fun video of good times from my high school fencing era:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ONZMDbPUig8

However in college, the Jabberwock (who was paying her own way, and lived on her own) discovered that fencing is a demanding sport, and there were some choices to be made:

  1. Eat
  2. Pay rent, electricity (expensive in SoCal), pay gas, pay water (also expensive in Cali), and keep the car working (very important in SoCal at that time since public transportation was a joke).
  3. Pay the school bill (EGADS – no help from Mommy and Daddy on any of this stuff)
  4. Study (and subsequently get GOOD grades)
  5. Fence
  6. Get a degree in a tough major, so the Jabberwock would never need to worry about finances again

So, after fencing for a couple of years collegiately the Jabberwock had to give it up.  She went cold turkey.  End result was a degree in a highly technical field, and a great paying job right out of college.  But deep in her heart was regret over giving up fencing, which always gave her great pleasure……(to be continued….).

 

 
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