I’ve never bought in to the proverb, “the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach.” I mean does anyone really believe that cooking for a guy is a good way to win his affections because I certainly don’t.
It is every parent’s worst nightmare…a phone call in the middle of the night. In those seconds before you answer it your thoughts turn to your children and where they are and your mind races with imagination.
I have to admit that I have always been confused by Easter and the way we kind of celebrate it. Obviously it’s a very important day for Christians and it brings many to church, even those who are not regulars often dressed up in bright spring colors for the first time.
As a parent you relish in the success of your children in whatever it is they set out to do and their achievements and accomplishments are partly yours as well. As they get older you might be a smaller part of the success but certainly you maintain some pride in knowing that you might have provided the foundation. With that said this was a pretty good weekend for my two children and in one case we were able to be part of it.
The high school baseball season begins next week and last night the Shore Baseball Coaches Association held their 23rd Annual Coaches/Players Sportsmanship Banquet at the Spring Lake Manor. The event brings together many of the shore’s top players and serves as a pre-season get together featuring plenty of camaraderie and story-telling just before the first pitch of the season is thrown.
There will be a time in the not-too-distant future in which we’ll be able to decide whether Tim Tebow makes the Jets a better football team but two things are certain….he makes them more interesting and he’s a very decent person.
March Madness is most often used in regards to college basketball but it would be just as appropriate to describe the weather we are experiencing this month and it looks like we are headed for another terrific week. I keep saying we are going to pay for this at some point and I just hope it’s not this summer.
This is a pretty good time for girl’s high school basketball in the shore area and it culminates this weekend when four local teams take the court in the six state finals that will be decided at the Pine Belt Arena in Toms River.
Football is a rough sport and countless players have suffered injuries, mostly minor but some that have ended in tragedy. This is a story of a local high school player who is still alive today because of an injury he suffered in a game.
After not having a state wrestling champion last year the shore area produced a pair on Sunday as B.J. Clagon of Toms River South and Jackson Memorial’s Dallas Winston wrestled like the top seeds they were before over 10,000 fans at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City.
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