Month: June 2016

Jump Thinking

It happened again.  There I am, in the middle of a 19 second, six ball pass through the ski course, and at the 4th ball, my intensity went down.  Letting up was not a conscious decision – it’s such an old habit, that it’s almost “natural”.  Too natural.  This time, the coach watching in the […]

Grit

Sitting in a high school graduation ceremony recently, I found myself in tears from beginning to end.  Was it because I was proud of my child walking across the stage?  Nope, she’s 34, and while I was quite emotional (relief mostly) 16 years ago when she crossed the stage, it didn’t compare to the emotions […]