As a way to get some blogging going, I’ll participate in a #Writephoto again. Writing this on a Sunday afternoon, I’ll wait to post it until Monday, for the benefit of my readers who might not be online on Sundays. Yet, I’m going to have a Sports Twist on it.
I’ll begin this post with two videos involving my usual interpretation of the “walk of shame.”
First: in my worst Anne Robinson impression: “You are the weakest link–goodbye!”
Then: “LEFT! RIGHT! LEFT! RIGHT! (ad-infinitum) SIT DOWN!!!”
I have been chronicling my life in journals for almost ten years at this point. Every so often, I will look in my transcribed journals from previous years, for reminiscing or finding “Throwback Thursday” material or other things to look back on for my blog.
When considering college sports, a common complaint by fans and coaches about games against “nobody” teams is that “we played down to the level of our opponents.” I’ve noticed that a little bit as well in some of my athletic situations. Let me give a few examples.
Based off my recent bus trip to Hoffman Estates, I figured that it would be fun to recall my first bus trip for a women’s basketball game… during my freshman year at UNL. The details are not nearly as detailed as some of the other Full Journals that I have done. This is the original journal, although I have made a few of the words links corresponding to previous posts, and also use [brackets] for a few clarifications.