Over my lifetime I’ve had three hobbies that have helped sustain and nourish my being and balance whatever job I was holding.. One was golf. I loved the game. I was not very good at it but I always enjoyed going out on the golf course with a good tee time and playing a round with friends. Golf can be a life time endeavor. Although the last few times I played it did leave my pocket book a little flat. For those who like it and can afford it, Golf is a fine game. Another hobby was photography. although I was not very good but I did know the craft. I was into photography about fifteen years. In a camera club with monthly and annual contest I did manage enough wins to keep me interested. Until digital came alongandmadeaprfessional out of everybody. It was a good hobby. It’s fair to say I bowled on a company team. I was talked into this I would be member endplay only until a quality bowler came along. They found one; split. The third hobby I enjoyed and spent some good time learning and practicing and playing contest was Archery, target archery. The company i worked for sponsored an archery team. I don’t know what all they did except bought us a shirt we wore, but I was talked into this hobby by a work co-hart. This was in the days before these ugly and efficient compound bows. I bought a used bow. a wood laminated recurve made by Bear and Company. It was a forty-two pound pull. I thought it weak wen I saw only a forty-two pounder but i was then that was weak and it game me all the power and distance I could manage. The coworker who talked me into this crazy venture was the team champ . There were several other club in town who deployed against but the real fun was playing other towns such a Patrolia, Bowie, Windthroust, Nocona, and Scotland. Thee were other small towns in the mix. ( Some of these word may be misspelled ) I think that lasted only three or four years, but I then hunted with the bow for a while. Now I have family who hunt whenever, whatever season is open. One is so good the Texas Fish and wildlife call on him for advise in certain matters, mostly rules. He also hunts occasionally with the Governor of Tennessee who admires his skill. And once upon a time this skillful archer told me I couldn’t catch fish. Why? I didn’t know how. He was right of course. I hope you’ve got or had some good hobbies.