As you know, my husband and I are sports fans. Specifically, Charlie’s a HUGE Iowa Hawkeye fan. We were on our drive home from Sedona, AZ Saturday when the call came in from my dad. “Iowa Won! Iowa Won!”
Iowa pulled off a monster upset when they beat Penn State last weekend. Penn State was rated third in the country making Iowa the underdog. So, when Iowa won in a last second field goal, the crowd stormed the field.
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The Dictionary defines “WIN” as: be successful or victorious in (a contest or conflict). Now that could mean different things. Right? It could mean something in sports or just life in general.
For me, I’d say I’ve had quite a few winning moments in my life, but here are two:
First was when I was in fifth grade. I played second base in little league softball and did an unassisted triple play. YEP, can you believe it? I don’t even remember if our team even WON the game or not, but all I know is that I caught a fly ball, stepped on second base, and then tagged the girl who still ran from first to second despite my catching the ball (dahhhh, I know). It was SWEET!
Second was when I married Charlie 12 years and 3 months ago). You might say, “that wasn’t a WIN according to the dictionary,” but like I said, winning at something is different for everyone. Despite my being a sports junky, my “wins” aren’t always sports related.