Wanting to be the hero, to win the game for your team, is universal. I saw that this last week as I traveled to Madrid.
It doesn’t matter how many games you’ve watched on TV. Whenever you get an up-close-and-personal look at a professional sporting event, it’s impossible not to marvel at the athletes’ physical gifts.
Over the span of a recent two-week period in June, I played four rounds of golf at three different area courses.
The movement has empowered women and encouraged them to speak out. Over the past 10 months, emboldened by a group of actresses who brought to light instances of sexual abuse by movie producer Harvey Weinstein, the #MeToo Movement has swept across the world, as women shared their own experiences of harassment.
When I drove up to Globe Life Park for Monday’s Texas Rangers game, I blurted out, “I can’t believe they’re still playing in this dump.”
You always know it’s going to be a good day when you show up to work and there’s a signed copy of the latest Texas Football magazine on your desk, left by the one and only Mr. Dave Campbell.
On Thursday afternoon, the penultimate day of the Robinson ISD school year, several people were walking toward the school’s tennis courts when one remarked that the gate was locked.