He’s good enough for me because he’s mine. Not because of a sport he feels like he’s got to perform in to earn my love.
At Simmons College, we are celebrating a significant capital investment that represents a unique public-private partnership
When I was a journalism professor at the College of Charleston, I first learned about this story - how the presence of a
I don't mind that innings start late because kids are waving to their parents in the stands and asking for "just one more bite" of their granola bar through the chain-link fence. I don't mind the chaos, the confusion or the constant chatter. It's all part of the tee-ball game and as coach, I wouldn't have it any other way.
Since all the political news is terrible and only getting worse, I decided to reflect on something very personal this week -- about a great event that happened this weekend.
I thought I'd share the experience of managing three kids and a Little League game on a school night, for those of you unfamiliar with it.
Perhaps it is no accident that a baseball has 108 stitches and a prayer necklace has 108 beads. Baseball does not discriminate and we do not have to believe in the same God to be on the same team. It is a game of courage, strength, and character that can bring grown men to cry.
It was all over a player switch.