…feel the love

We live in a competitive world, crusaders, but in the best of circumstances (and I hope most), that competition comes with sportsmanship, compassion, and kindness. That enduring empathy was on full display yesterday at the US Open following Naomi Osaka’s defeat of Coco Gauff (the 15-year-old tennis phenom), when Osaka shared her post-game interview with…

…serve it up

As I write this one of the greatest athletes of our time has just come in second in the Wimbledon final (defeated in the final by another great athlete). Although it certainly isn’t first place (don’t worry, I double checked the math), it is most definitely another moment of athletic excellence for U.S. women, right…

…put your game face on

Today we find ourselves in the verge of a very important day for our nation. That’s why this What to Watch Wednesday, your eyes should only be on one thing — the ball. Alexa, play @HamiltonMusical’s ‘Yorktown’ 🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/z7jGtZxubK — U.S. Soccer WNT (@USWNT) July 2, 2019 We are just days away from the championship…

…bleed blue

Today St. Louis officially celebrates its first Stanley Cup with a parade through the city, so I thought I’d take one last moment for this history-making victory. And I know the rest of the country has probably already moved on (apart from Boston…), but it took 52 years to get here, so I think we’re…

…play Gloria

Today, I’d like to discuss the psychological phenomenon known as the bandwagon effect… …I’m just kidding. The Blues just won their first Stanley Cup, we are all BLUES FANS!!! To all the people who were rooting for St. Louis simply because they weren’t Boston, you can party too…even if I am judging your loyalties a…

…put some ice on it

Today I’m talking superstition and giving it the respect it deserves. Put another way, I’d like to talk about why I haven’t watched any of the Blues playoff games (sort of).