Meet Me Monday

Today is Meet Me Monday, so I need to tell you something you may not have otherwise known about me. It took me awhile to decide what to divulge – I have SO many secrets, you see – but I finally hit on one.

I’m an extremely vocal fan of sporting events. It can be any sporting event, professional or amateur; on TV or in person. I am the girl who will pick a team “just because” and then become VERY vocal during the game. If my side is falling apart and I’m watching on TV, then I go into a different room and refuse to watch the game because my heart can’t take it. I get WAAAY involved – Basketball, Soccer, lately Hockey – I jump up and down, scream at the refs, chew my team out – chew out the other team when they batter my guys – it quite entertains my hubby.

When my kids were in soccer, I had to learn to keep it clean and positive; but I regularly lost my voice cheering our team on.

Got a little known fact about you that you want to share? From all the comments today, I’ll be giving away a copy of DEMON SOUL!

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6 Responses to Meet Me Monday

  1. After talking to you on the phone, I can so hear you doing this. Christine, you are just too passionate of a person, and that’s why I love you! Great share. Woot!! Thanks for participating in the MEET ME MONDAY blog hop. This is uber cool.

  2. Mina Khan says:

    Hi,

    I’m also part of the Meet Me Monday blog hop…and so enjoying discovering all the new authors. I love attending my daughter’s soccer games because they are a good team and all the parents are very supportive and positive. Hope you visit my blog too!
    http://minakhan.blogspot.com/

  3. I can’t imagine getting that involved in sports, LOL! I’m not a fan, at all, of any sports, though I do watch the occasional equestrian event. My parents considered sports a serious waste of time, energy, and money, so I wasn’t allowed to go to games or anything. Since I didn’t learn to enjoy it early on, I just never invested the time. I have 3 little grandsons, though, so I’m about to learn to be a vocal sports fan, if any of them are interested. Maybe you can give me lessons, LOL.

    • Kenra, I’ve been an athlete most of my life – started out as a ballet dancer then in my 20’s I switched to running. Regular sports didn’t really come on my radar until I began dating. Over the years, I’ve learned to adapt – and now find myself an over-the-top fan when I actually watch sports. Funny how things change!

  4. Kathryn Parry says:

    I’m not a sports fan, but I can be if someone I know is participating in the sports event. I also feel blessed that my husband is not a sports fan as I would not want to be a sports widow. I love your blog, the wine and recipes are great and a wonderful way to keep your blog interesting and a way that you’ll always have something to share to your readers. I’m looking forward to reading DEMON SOUL and checking back with your blog.

    • Christine says:

      Hi Kathryn, it’s lovely to meet you, and welcome! Thanks for the kind words, and thanks for stopping by!

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