Friday is supposed to be opening day for most of the spring high school sports including baseball, softball, track, tennis and golf. I say “supposed” because if the weather forecast is correct some of those sports may face opening-day postponements.
I was watching a program last night in which a former college and pro basketball player was invited back to his high school and spoke to the current team before they took the court. In the locker room he told those teenagers that he had played in big arenas and earned big dollars but his greatest memories were of his high school days when he wore a uniform with the name of his school on the front.
If you have no interest whatsoever in the NCAA Basketball Tournament then you’ve likely have had enough of hearing about “March Madness.” However for those of us that do love this 3-week odyssey I can only tell you that the first few days were indeed maddening.
There’s a pretty decent chance that wherever you work there is some type of office pool involving the NCAA Basketball Tournament which officially began last night but really doesn’t count until tomorrow for those playing in a pool...
Earlier in the week several of us in the office had a conversation in which I expressed my feelings that I find it wrong that so many don’t recognize the basic differences between men and women. I’m not talking about the obvious but rather how we act and react to things which I find as totally normal.
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