January 21, 2006

Teeny-tiny pucks

Alaskan birch bark, © Janelle Meraz Hooper 2006

Basketball season-I love soccer and basketball. If you invite me to a hockey game, know that I’m just going for the popcorn and beer, because my eyes can’t focus on that teeny-tiny puck. Why does it have to be so small…and black? Couldn’t it be bigger and bright pink? Huh? What would it hurt? And don’t tell me a pink puck isn’t macho. There’s not a person alive who would dare to question a hockey player’s masculinity. Unless, maybe, he’d already lost his front teeth and wasn’t worried about getting hit in the mouth with a wooden stick.
Quote du jour:
“Life is a moderately good play with a badly written third act.” Truman Capote

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