Just When I Thought I Was Out

I’ve been trying to quit Tae Kwon Do for about a month now. I signed up for Tae Kwon Do back in December. I was taking with my kids and it was fun… ish, but then it turned out that even though I was in a class with my kids we were learning different things. […]

Lindsey Vonn, Sports Illustrated and Objectification

Last week skier Lindsey Vonn was in the news because some jerk in the media suggested that Vonn would have an advantage in the downhill events because she was carrying extra weight, so I was pleased when I saw this week’s cover of Sports Illustrated because I thought Vonn looked terrific.

Love Sports?

Please help up get sports / women’s sports/ sportswriting represented on a panel at BlogHer this year. All you have to is vote I would attend this session. You don’t have to be attending BlogHer, you don’t have to be a woman, heck, I don’t even really care if you like sports but I do […]

White Belt

You will never guess what I did. I signed up for Tae Kwon Do. Well, I was tricked into signing up for Tae Kwon Do. Let me back up a little bit. My five year old son has been dying to take Tae Kwon Do ever since he found out that his best friend at […]

The Ray Lewis Carrot Cake

My sister-in-law is getting married in September. She has done me the distinct honor of asking me to be her matron of honor. It is in this capacity (and also due to the fact that we only live about 20 minutes apart form each other) I get to do awesome things like getting to taste […]

On Mean Girls and Soccer and Violence

I wrote this piece about Elizabeth Lambert yesterday for BlogHer. I’ve had some negative feedback (which I anticipated) but I am wondering what you guys think. I do see soccer as a violent sport. Am I wrong? As soon as I saw the Elizabeth Lambert video I knew that I would be writing about her […]

Traitor

My son, My first born,* The baby in the Derrick Brooks onesie, told his kindergarten teacher that his favorite football team was the Redskins. My daughter is getting the birthright.

Serena Williams Loses Temper – Loses Match

If you were watching the U.S. Open you saw Serena Williams come undone. Who am I trying to kid? If you were watching tennis, or ESPN, or CNN or even your local news you probably saw the clip. In a sport where decorum rules the courts it is unusual to see a tennis player throw […]

You Haven’t Lived Until Warren Sapp Has LOLd You

Oh yes he did. I love twitter.

Less Cowbell

Less Cowbell Originally uploaded by Sarah606 Last night was the one and only time I ever heard anybody say “We need less cowbell.” And yes, that is Caps game being blocked by the enormous percussion instrument. Don’t let anybody tell you that lady bloggers don’t care about hockey. I was not even the most interested […]

The Importance of Being a Woman Sports Blogger

Megan from Women Talk Sports and …Because I Played Sports interviews ESPN’s Nancy Lieberman at the WNBA Pre-Draft Event. … and I filmed it. I apologize for the shakiness in the beginning. Nancy Lieberman is my new hero. Actually, I met a lot of new people to look up to at the WNBA Draft. The […]

It is Over Near My Icebox

How I know I am getting old – I just referred to the “Soviet” Olympic basketball team as if it existed last year. The Soviet Union was dissolved 19 years ago. *sigh* (You get this because Twitter is over capacity.)