Actually practiced. Ballroom just started back up for me again so it's been a mishmash of trying to get things started and keeping things organized (I am on the executive board of the college group) and making sure everything is running smoothly. Now that we have gotten past the initial surge in the beginning, I can focus on me for a bit. And for about the first time, my silver partner asked if I wanted to practice yesterday. It's usually only about a month before a comp that he's like "Oh yeah, let's practice." So it was a nice change. And then the guy I will be doing bronze smooth with also wanted to practice. Originally it was gonna be Thursday but do to class stuff, he wanted to move it to yesterday. Was directed to a room that was SO much better than where we can typically get space- it's definitely gonna be the space I'm going to ask about from now on. So I practiced for an hour by myself waiting for him to show up in the morning (his alarm didn't go off), then two hours with him, going over what we both know, working on angles and getting him to progress down the floor and just dancing together because we haven't really. Then after I came home for a bit, I turned around and went back to pick up my silver partner. We went over all of the stuff we know in rhythm, figuring out the order we want to put things together and trying to figure out what we actually know. Then we worked on WTF and our body shaping and things. Overall, it was a successful practice, except for the part where he said he doesn't think he's going to Ohio. Booo. But 5 hours of practice is gonna catch up to me. Considering I've only been dancing again for 3 weeks after a 2 month hiatus to fix my body. But it was so nice to practice and actually have my partner interested in practicing as well (I've danced with a guy before who acted like it was beneath him to practice. That's always fun....). I don't expect great things but I always feel better about it when we agree on what we know.