18 February, 2006

People...... It's Tennis Weather!

I just don't understand people.

It's a beautiful, sunny, Ohio day. The wind is only blowing 10 mph or so. The courts are dry.

Did you hear me?

The courts are dry! In Feb! Where is everyone?

And why do all the people walking their dogs look like eskimos and keep saying nobody should be playing tennis in 15 degree weather?

You gotta do what you love, right?

I just don't understand people.

(It really was a great day out there.)

5 comments:

Milly said...

were ya play'n?

codepoke said...

You know, I often leave out the critical detail. I need to work on that.

Yep. 2 hours of bliss.

Milly said...

Good for you. I have this odd eye thing. My eyes adjust slowly so I see the ball I loose the ball. Nope don't play any more. After two kids I can't pull the short outfit that matches my racket off. So I'd just be a middle aged women missing the ball.

Play on!

codepoke said...

I'm really, REALLY sorry! So far as the outfit thing goes, I would play even play in a preppy outfit that matched my racket if you made me, so no sympathy there.

The missing thing, though. That would hurt.

It's the only exercise I can do for the 2 hours it sometimes takes for me to really get my mind clear. If I could not track the ball, I think I would have to get into something very balance-oriented. Physical balancing seems to take up a lot of the mind. I have thought about roller-sports for that reason. I'm too old to enjoy the speed now, though. I think I would have to take up roller-dance or some such.

Milly said...

The missing thing, though. That would hurt.

Yep! Smacked my brother in the face. (Well back handed with the racket....twice same shot) He hasn't played with me since. Honestly Tracy and I were a hoping the cute boys would drive past to look at us in the cute outfits.

I've tried roller blading It's fun. I don't think my hockey playing macho man would ever say I would take up roller dancing. (good for you) I use to jog. Need to start again. Everything has shifted down. Darn gravity!

I thought of you playing today it was very nice here in Oklahoma.