I’ve listened to this song a lot over the years. The more I listen to it the more I’ve come to realize how true the words are of me and my life.
For years I have been looking for the right design to build my site. I finally decided to build my own.
There is a hole in your life. You might think I’m crazy, but I know it’s there. We crave anything we can find to fill it. We attempt to fill this hole with money, success, people, games, lust, alcohol, drugs, education, science, anything, everything.
This song speaks to me on a deeper level with friends I know have experienced times of great need and when there was nowhere left to go, on their knees they went
I believe for an athlete to be the best they can be both on and off the field, attitude and effort are mutually inclusive. Give 100 percent.
I have had many ups and downs in my journey through life and faith, but one thing has always stayed consistent, forever unchanging, and always there to pick up the pieces of our brokenness and make us whole again.
What did I mean when I said, “I play for my team?” I had the girls repeat this over and over. It was not until the end of the season the words finally made sense.
During my seasons as an assistant coach for my daughter’s softball team, one phrase you will hear me say quite often is, “I play for my self. I play for my team.” Let’s break down the first part of that phrase.