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Flannery O'Connor answered the mystery for me of why I write?
I write because I don't know what I think until I read what I say.
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“Sport is unpredictable. I kept remembering how many times I lost here like 2012 [5 hours, 53 minutes in five sets to Novak Djokovic] and 2017 [Roger Federer in five sets]. I was not ready for these battles, but today … Continue reading
Posted in family life, Lesbian Literary, Life, Personal, Reflections, Slice of Life, sports, The Way Life Is, The Way Life Should Be Tagged 2022 australian open men's final, billie jean king, carlos moya, christ evert, daniil medvedev, mallorca miracle, martina navratilova, pressure is a privilege, rafa nadal, record 21 grand slam titles, roger federer, serena williams venus williams, toni nadal 4 Comments
two thumbs up from Pretty
Leylah Fernandez (l.) and Emma Raducanu at trophy ceremony (Tennis Canada)) The last grand slam tennis tournament for 2021 is in the history books, my friends, and I have to say I loved it! The US Open brings the grand … Continue reading
Posted in family life, Lesbian Literary, Life, Personal, politics, racism, Reflections, sexism, Slice of Life, sports, The Way Life Is, The Way Life Should Be Tagged barriers of gender, barriers of national origin, barriers of race, barriers of sexual orientation, daniil medvedev, emma raducanu, federer, last grand slam of the year, leylah fernandez, nadal, new york crowd at us open, novak djokovic, us open tennis tournament, williams sisters Leave a comment
and on the flip side…
Canada has a new 19-year-old super star, Bianca Andreescu, who won the 2019 U.S. Open Women’s Championship in New York City this past Saturday. With that victory she became the first Canadian to win a grand slam singles title…ever. #SheTheNorth. … Continue reading
Posted in Humor, Lesbian Literary, Life, Personal, politics, racism, Reflections, Slice of Life, sports, The Way Life Is Tagged #SheTheNorth, 09-11, 2019 u.s. open, bianca andreescu, camp david, canada, daniil medvedev, rafa nadal, roger federer, serena williams, taliban 10 Comments