Traveling to Sylmar was my way of sailing to the edge of the world.
One of the many things I like about this tennis quest is that I get to make all the rules, which means I also get to break them.
Jumping is fun, but if you land on flat feet then you’re literally right back where you started.
I was under the delusion that you got some mulligans for unsporting behavior in team tennis, though this has never been the case in sports or in life, either.
I’m on a quest to play tennis on every free public tennis court in Los Angeles. This was my daughter’s idea, which is one of the many reasons why I like it. I have, over a 20-year LA tennis career, played on about two dozen different courts. And by courts, I mean the entire facility. Continue reading “#480: Van Nuys Sherman Oaks Rec Center / HomeState”
The mf had plenty of opportunity to observe billowing clouds and blue-blue sky because there were no kids performing antics or sulking, and all the grown-ups were standing around dumbstruck by the emptiness.