I started my patrol with a learning experience. Normally, for the last few, I walked in a quick motion without stopping. As I heard a noise, I managed to stop, think, access. Stopping, nuff' said; thinking & accessing, listening to the situation to see if it warrants my attention. I heard a noise. I stopped to see if help is needed. But the car passed and it was silent. No need for work, even thou the technique might need a bit of tightening. I did a different route. Once again I heard a noise, I stopped. But I heard kids laughing and hanging out. No danger problem, no need to work. I walked on the opposite side of the street, with few people around. It felt like the eyes of a hawk. As I passed kids doing tricks on their bike, possibly the only time to do so in the area this time of year. I noticed a dead end on my route. I thought to stop the patrol, but I remembered the question on how many times to defeat an opponent. So I walked another route. I was going to continue, but I noticed nature calls. I am starting to think about an hour fasting before patrols. As I passed a store, I looked at a window as a car was running at the door. I noticed the cashier calm as I stop on the other side of street. A calm cashier, no hints of danger. It was learning patrol that leapt by bounds, even thou I wished it was longer.
I thought of was Hero Man said about uniforms not looking suspicious, like a hoodie and sunglasses. But I remembered if it wasn't for my sunglasses, I would be more suspicious. So I'm proud of my uniform, even in my uniqueness.