Monday, February 16, 2009

Watching a child play sports, in eight words

What do you feel when you're watching your child play organized sports? Defending goal in a tight game? Digging in at home plate with the league's best pitcher on the mound?

What are you thinking?

Tell me in eight words or fewer.

My turn?

Racing heart. Sweaty palms. You can do it.

13 comments:

Irsan said...

I wish I could be him

PWatkins said...

Not what it used to be

Tiffani Hill-Patterson said...

So proud, and nervous. Lord, keep her safe.

Dave Lowe said...

Come on you can do it, see it hit it ( thats more than 8 but i say them fast)

Dan Peterson said...

"Dan, don't forget, cheer don't coach"

Kakie said...

Someday I'm really going to miss this

Christy Brewer said...

I'm so amazed by you! You're awesome!

Jenni said...

he's in his element on a baseball diamond

Soccer Dad said...

proud, excited, worried, bite tongue, potential, agility, cool

Aimeepalooza said...

You got this, you got this

(it's my Mom mantra)

Molly said...

wow! those aren't my genes!

TimS said...

Unbelievable! Such determination; how I love you so. [tears]

russ said...

will I ever get used to coaches screaming at my kids.