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Now You Has Jazz

Returning to Ultimate

One man’s quest to continue playing the sport he loves.

the author surveying the field

There I stood.

In the place I’ve stood before, so many times.

On the line, sun bearing down on me, sweat dripping, breathing hard.

Smiling. You know the type — ear-to-ear like a kid with an ice cream on a hot summer’s day. Pure glee.




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Tommy Paley

Tommy Paley

I write creative non-fiction, humorous and random short stories, unique and tasty recipes and fiction involving odd and funny relationships. I also love cheese.

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