Today is my father's 82nd birthday. In honor of this great man, a re-posting of MVP from 2010. Happy birthday, dad. - Yesterday was my father's birthday. He turned 78. There is so much I can say about my dad, he has been the true constant in my life. Yes, he instilled my love of … Continue reading MVP-Revisited
When the season ends, it always hurts. From November until April, we immerse ourselves in college hoops, specifically Shocker basketball, and when the season ends, well, it's painful. The oomph to the solar plexus, the slight confusion, the reality check of everyday life. During basketball season, we live game day to game day, with each moment … Continue reading More Than a Season
It's been a while since my last post, but those who know me and my family know that March is a month-long religious holiday of madness. Thus, the hiatus. Plus, I'm highly superstitious. Once my Shockers went on a tear through the NCAA tournament, I knew I could not post one thing about the team. Not … Continue reading Our Bags Are Packed: The Road to the Final Four with my Dad.
Yesterday was my father's birthday. He turned 78. There is so much I can say about my dad, he has been the true constant in my life. Yes, he instilled my love of sports, but more than that, he taught me to work hard, appreciate the results, be kind to everyone, place God and family … Continue reading MVP