Competition and Stats

I’m not sure if the two are related. I am definitely competitive and that is why I am at the Skill Build Competition in York College today. Although I’m not competing my Level 1 student Zak is.

The thing is, he’s very comfortable and laid back and I’m like a cat on a hot tin roof 🤪. I don’t think it’s supposed to be that way around 😀. It’s a great event as kids and seniors get to compete from all over the country and some of the skills are extraordinary. Zak has still got a few hours to go and then we have to wait for the judging. So watch this space 🙏.

“What about the stats,” I hear you cry? Ah, yes, I’m not particularly competitive with my stats, but it’s lovely to see them rising and today I reached 1000 followers so thank you, lovely people for following me and I love you all (a bit dramatic, but it is me 🤪)

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About charliecountryboy

Carpenter and Carpentry Lecturer. Writer, musician. Curious about life and all those wonderful people in it. Follow on Twitter:- Chas_countryboy Follow on Facebook :-
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12 Responses to Competition and Stats

  1. eschersart says:

    Yo, good show. Would love to see
    your work. Congratulations.

    Liked by 2 people

  2. Carolyn Page says:

    Congrats, Charlie! Maybe you being like a ‘cat on a hot tin roof’ helps to keep Zak more laid back – somebody has to have the ‘nerves’…. 🙂
    Now I’m looking forward to the judging! Way to go, Charlie and Zak… 🙂

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  3. Andrea says:

    Well deserved!
    Enjoy it, or rather 1000 + of us will 😉

    Liked by 1 person

  4. sidra (Sia) says:

    Very well… you write sooo well and the way you define is outstanding keep it up👍👍👍any other site to see your more work?

    Liked by 1 person

  5. ateafan says:

    Awww … we love you too Charlie.

    Liked by 2 people

  6. Oh yay congrats! And to Zak. My husband did wood word when he was a teenager for Rebound, a group for at risk youth. Sigh…wish his parents would have let him stay longer.

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