That is my sport.
That is, if I had a sport, tennis would be it.
I have never been athletic.
I always have to plan when and for how long
I will be going to the gym.
I don’t like lifting weights.
I’d rather join a class,
but that still means getting my exercise gear ready
and going right after work.
If not, I just won’t go at all.
invite me to play tennis,
then chances are I will not
think too much about it before I say,
That is my sport.
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8 thoughts on “Tennis – #SOL March Challenge”
Ha! I love this post, Elisa. I enjoy many sports, but anything with a racquet I prefer: tennis, racquetball, ping pong (if that counts as sport). 🙂
I’m not that great at ping pong. I think the space is too close for my taste. I used to play hand ball when I was growing up in NY. That was always a lot of fun.
Oh, tennis, I wish I played. It seems simple, but the few times I have tried, I sent the ball into the net or over the backstop. Too much of a softball swing, I think. So, not simple at all. Good for you to have a favorite and want to play.
I like the rhythm of your piece today.
I’m not even sure how I’m able to play tennis to a respectable standard since I’ve never gone out for many sports. I do have to admit that I am pretty good at softball and baseball. Must be the Cuban in me! LOL!
Isn’t it great to find what just feels like fun, and play. We all need more play in our lives I think!
Yes, agreed. It’s hard to play tennis in Calgary as you have to play inside and it can be expensive. Looking forward to the spring and summer when I will be able to play in public courts.
Lovely post, Elisa! I’m very lucky as I get to go to the Australian Open every year. I definitely enjoy watching tennis but I’ve never played. I’m not good with ball sports!
Wishing you lots of great matches! 🙂
Woah! Jealous! I can’t imagine what that would be like except that it would be awesome!