The Glorious Grind
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The Glorious Grind

Swim Parents Stop Screaming, They Can’t Hear Us

Pantomiming the butterfly doesn’t help either

Photo by Jim De Ramos from Pexels; Bullhorn pic (added) Photo by Edmond Dantès from Pexels

I am not sure what the swim command equivalent is to “Sweep the leg!” but I’ve recently had some time to consider it.

As a reforming sports parent, I try extra hard these days to keep quiet at my kid’s sporting events. One — they don’t want me to utter a single word, for good…




Musings, lessons learned and all I still don’t know on the way to the finish line

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Betsy Denson

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