You Heard It Here: What’s Your Game? — 6 Comments

    • Hi Don,
      I know, I know. I think you are probably very right. Thanks for stopping in! So good to see you here.

  1. This makes me think of being forty years old and buying a condo in Park City, plus all the ski gear, and all before taking a lesson. Ha ha. I did learn to love the sport and finally gave up about ten years later, due to one too many falls and creaky knees. Other than that, tennis was the only other sport I stuck with for any length of time.
    I’m not into watching sports any more. Used to love football and hockey and will ocassionally watch and enjoy, just don’t seek it out.

    • Hi Robena,
      Ah… skiing. The one sport I tried twice and said, “No way. Not for me.” God did not intend for this female to fly down an icy hill on sticks! But I do love watching sports. I just don’t do it as often as I’d like. Thanks for dropping in!

  2. I am the least sporty person you’ll ever meet. However, I love watching the Olympics. The athletes are amazing…inspiring. I always think to myself, “If you start training now, you could be that good in…never.” :}

  3. Oh my. I don’t play sports. At all. But I DO love my LA Kings hockey. I tried figure skating lessons when I was a kid, but it was boring. I kind of think that had I known about hockey back then, I might have really liked it.