As you may have noticed, I haven’t been writing here as much. Part of it is that I have been busy. The other part is that I have started a new blog, Petals from a Lily. I own the domain and have put all my different types of work together in one home.
I’ll be sharing posts from that blog here for the next two weeks before deleting this one entirely. I appreciate so much your support with Defying Normal and hope you will continue to support me as I transition to the new blog.
Below is an excerpt from today’s post on Petals from a Lily.
Even though we are now into April, March Madness still rolls on. Much like the Superbowl, the end of the NCAA tournament seems to get moved further and further into the next month. Personally, I could use less days of the “madness”. I don’t hate basketball, just not a fan of most team sports. I think the reason is not because of the sports themselves, but the fans. I live in one of the areas of the country that college basketball is nearly a religion. Granted if you threw an altar in the sports arena I’m sure there would be someone there to worship in front of it. You can’t go anywhere with seeing the apparel of at least one of the big teams in the state. And I’m not talking one of the shirts that you pick up in the bookstore if you are a student. There are several stores dedicated to this kind of merchandise.
Read the complete post here.