First, I want you to know I started this blog post on Saturday...I am not sure why it has taken until Monday at 1 am to finish it
Josh started taking Taekwondo when he was I believe 10 years old. He has progressed a great deal from when he first started. I have always enjoyed watching him. He and I use to travel all over to different tournaments. First in ATA, ITC and now in the HTF organizations. (I looked for pictures from when he was young and we were traveling to California, Washington and of coarse here in Idaho, but they are in pictures that are not saved on my computer so I would have to dig through boxes to find them, and beings that I have taken 2 days to do this post I decided not to embarace him that much.) Anyway, Saturday he and several of his students went to a tournament in Rupert, it always has a good turn out from schools from Idaho and Washington, and this was no different. All of his students that competed received medals, including Josh.
Josh doing his 4th degree Blk Belt Form
I don't have sparing pictures because I don't stand still long enough to take them
Mr. Josh Burgess, Silver in Sparing, Silver in Forms with a 9.0, 9.5, 9.5 score.
Josh was also presented with "2008 HTF Instructor of the Year"
by the President of the HTF 8th Degree Black belt, Grand Master Jack PierceYea, I am a happy mom...what can I say...