Sometimes I just need a song to help me organize my thoughts. Because despite my best efforts, usually someone else can say it better than I can.
In this case, Bastille – Pompeii – “but if you close your eyes, does it almost feel like nothing changed at all… and if you close your eyes does it almost feel like you’ve been here before.”
This song fits well when we hang out with friends we haven’t seen in a long time, but pick up right where we left off. Continue reading
I had an interaction with a sales man at a phone case store.
He looked at my extra battery charger iPhone case (because I use it a lot okay. I have a lot of friends)
He said it wasn’t very fun. Continue reading
“All you’re gonna do is jump up on this little step.”
“Okay, no problem”
“Whenever you’re ready, go ahead.”
As I stood an inch away from the step, loaded in the jumping position, I couldn’t help but think of all the things that could go wrong. What if I don’t land right? What if I tear it again? What if I tear the other one? Continue reading
Hi. Did you miss me? Okay. I am going to write a blog now.
I currently have some of my club players playing high school soccer (I won’t get into this, but in Connecticut players are not allowed to play club and high school at the same time) and they are frustrated that the level isn’t where they want it to be, but more than that, the commitment and desire to improve is different from their own. Continue reading
I haven’t written in over a month, yet it seems much longer. I guess time goes slow when you can only do some of the things you enjoy, and not all of them. But that’s neither her nor there or anywhere. I’ve been able to read quite a bit in the meantime. Of the many on my current list, I just finished Think Like A Freak from the guys that wrote Freakonomics. (I liked it a lot) Continue reading
As I’ve said in previous posts, I’m up for the task of experiencing every ounce of emotion that comes along with this injury.
So far I have felt things that I have never felt before, and for that, it has been difficult. Every time a new emotion arises, I have to figure out what it is and how to handle it. Continue reading
Yesterday I watched the German Cup Final with Bayern Munich vs. Borussia Dortmund. In the dying seconds of the game I watched like a little kid in front of cartoons as Bayern forward Thomas Müller received a through ball, dribbled on the diagonal across a defender, rounded the goalkeeper and slotted home the goal that would put the game away. Continue reading
Okay, here it goes. If you know me at all, then you know what this blog is all about. And if you don’t know, now you know…
We all for the most part think we have the best mom in the world. It’s probably one of the most biased competitions this world will ever face. The cool thing about the competition is that each mom probably is the best, for that individual. Mostly because that mom raised them to think that way. So what most of this comes down to is a lot brainwashing. Touche` mothers. Continue reading
Since tearing my ACL and meniscus, I’ve been really torn (punning) when it comes to topics of conversations. On the one hand, all I want to talk about is my knee. That’s all I think about right now, so naturally it’s all I want to talk about. But then I start talking about it, get frustrated and don’t want to talk about it anymore… until I want to talk about it again. My friends and family, bless their hearts, are some of the best people around. They’ve been really awesome when it comes to talking about what I want to talk about, and that makes things a lot easier. Continue reading
Like any professional athlete, when a major announcement needs to be made, I look to my PR staff for the right words to explain what I’m feeling. Because I’m not always intelligent enough to come up with them on my own. Continue reading