Sports

Help support my sister in the Boston Marathon and the Ron Burton Training Village!

Help support my sister in the Boston Marathon and the Ron Burton Training Village!

While I like to stay active with my hot yoga, Zumba and “running” on the elliptical, the one type of exercise I am really not a fan of is normal running. On the ground, pavement, treadmill, you name it, I hate it and I’ve always hated it — even (or maybe especially) when I was a gymnast. So I […]

Winning…At what cost?

It’s not whether you win or lose. It’s how you play the game. From P.E. to peewee football to little league baseball, this is what we’re taught when we’re young. In addition to physical skills, some of the biggest things sports and athletics teach us are hard work, perseverance, sportsmanship, teamwork and fair play. Or, […]

Seattle girl in Dodgertown

As I mentioned last week, I was in L.A. for the 2010 AAJA national convention. Big baseball fan that I am, one of the highlights of my trip was organizing an outing with fellow AAJAers to a Dodgers game while down there. The game was Aug. 6 against the Washington Nationals. I’ve never been to a […]

Let the games begin!

The Mariners’ season starts on the road, but the first home games are less than a month away. So, needless to say, I’m extremely excited! I’ve talked to my dad and I’m trying to finalize plans to go to a game that first week (he doesn’t know this yet). To get myself pumped, I looked […]

I’ll take home runs over touchdowns any day

Last night, I went to the Skyline High School–Idaho Falls High School football game, otherwise known as the Emotion Bowl (yes, there’s a website for this rivalry). This was literally my first football game in six years. The last game I’d been to was the homecoming game of my senior year in high school (we […]

A conversation with my dad

A conversation with my dad

My dad and I went to the Mariners game today. Now, we’re both the type of people who pretty much focus on the game and don’t really talk much while watching. But we do like to discuss the game. Here’s a conversation he and I had when designated hitter, Ken Griffey Jr. had a base […]

My travels at home continued

I’ve been home more than a week and I still haven’t written about the rest of my trip home. So, here’s a brief recap: Friday May 22 I did some downtown shopping with my sister (including Barnes and Noble) and then we went to the Mariners game against the San Francisco Giants. We met up […]