I'm blogging this month with Terri Long and a group of bloggers.
(Prepare for whining disclaimer here)
I have missed a few days because I am preparing to get THREE books up on Amazon. So, yeah. I'm behind.
And, coincidentally, that's the perfect position for me in a blog about sports. I'm a really bad athlete, so when I was forced to play sports in the past, or when I do athletic stuff now, I'm waaaayyy behind everyone else.
Fistbump to my readers who picked up on what I just did there.
For example, when I went on my honeymoon my new husband and I met three other couples. We hung out and did couple stuff, like mini golf. And guess who came in dead last in that golf game?
However, when the resort threw a song-writing competition, I was able to contribute. Writing? Lyrics? On a set topic? Yup, I could do that. And win. Ha!
I've been thinking that it would be really cool if there were sports teams for people like me - hopelessly bad athletes who would still like to learn the game. We'd need a patient coach, someone who would teach slow, clueless adults how to play softball and soccer.
And, coach, it would be sweet if you give us a chance to write about it. We'll rock that part.