Quiero decir muchisimas gracias a todos mis amigos catrachos por su entusiasmo en estos dias. Algunos me han preguntaron porque esta gringuita de Missouri, USA tiene tan interés en Honduras. Es un historia bien largo. Crecía en una familia Cristiana, asistio a la iglesia cada semana. Y realmente mi fe, mi relacion con Dios, me… Continue reading ¿Por qué la gringa se interesa en Honduras?
Intento de traduccion de: A Honduran Flag & A Sweat-Soaked Jersey AVISO: Disculpa por el español terrible. Antes del partido mi amiga Erin y yo hablamos y decidimos que necesitábamos hacer un bienvenido acogida para nuestro favorito Sporting Catracho, que había hecho SKC y Honduras muy orgullosos durante los Olímpicos. Así que me trajo mi bandera… Continue reading Una Bandera y Una Camiseta
Erin & I talked before the game, and decided we needed a good welcome home for our favorite Sporting Catracho, who had done SKC and Honduras so very proud during the Olympics. So I brought my Honduras flag. We waved it like mad whenever we got a chance during the game, but we knew the… Continue reading A Honduran Flag & A Sweat-Soaked Jersey
I’m not a super ally or anything. I haven’t marched in a pride parade. I don’t even own a rainbow flag to wave. But as most of my friends know, I stand up for the little guy. Whoever that little guy is, and whoever that little guy loves. I have near and dear friends and… Continue reading Soccer Ally
Been working on the St. Patrick's Day Sporting rosettes. Here are some examples of what I've got so far. Large ones like this will be $3, or two for $5. And tonight I'll be working on some Sporting Blue/Indigo ones. Here's a sneak peek of one in-progress: Related articles Sporting Go Bragh! (stevishabitat.wordpress.com) A Family… Continue reading St. Patrick’s Day Sporting Rosettes
In celebration of the Sporting KC Home Opener on March 17, the supporters groups will have a float in the Kansas City St. Patrick's Day Parade. I'm thinking of making a bunch of these out of the blue & green plaid fabric I found. Would anybody be interested in a 3.5" one for $3 a… Continue reading Sporting Go Bragh!
From AllWhiteKit.com A Calendar of Women’s Soccer Events in 2012 “January – February” South America U-20 Championship in Brazil January 9 Ballon d’Or in Zurich January 9 LA Vikings friendly/Canada friendly January 12 LA Vikings/Mexico friendly January 14 LA Vikings/Mexico friendly January 13 2012 WPS Draft at NSCAA Convention in Kansas City January 14-19 FIFA reserved dates [January… Continue reading Save the Date: Women’s Soccer in 2012
Recently added to my "Game Day" Playlist. If my new yoga endeavor goes well, I might be starting a playlist for yoga too. Recommendations are welcome! Boom Boom Pow - The Black Eyed Peas Gonna Make You Sweat - C&C Music Factory Seven Nation Army - The White Stripes Shake Your Pom Pom - Missy… Continue reading Recently Added to my “Game Day” Playlist
Lawrence family joins the ranks of new Sporting KC soccer fans| Liz Weslander November 21, 2011 LJWorld.com Photo by Mike Yoder The Urban family are big fans of Sporting Kansas City, a Major League Soccer team. Julie and her husband Brandon cheer at home with their children, from left, Ben 10; Molly, 2; and Grace,… Continue reading A Family in Blue…
A lovely comment on the Big Soccer forum from a Chicagoan... Re: Conference Finals SKC vs Houston 11/6 4:30pm p/i/p [R] From an outsider looking in. As recently as two years ago, I watched my team fall in a crap shoot in the conference final. It hurts like hell, and you go searching for reasons… Continue reading Bright Spot on a Gloomy Day
My new favorite soccer podcast is The Total Soccer Show. I found it while bouncing around blogs talking about the Soccer vs. Football debate and off of that, the American vs. British terminology debate. Total Soccer did an interesting podcast on the subject of terminology, and I enjoyed the hosts and their chemistry. So I… Continue reading The Totally Equalized Soccer Show
The Free Beer Movement recently posted a controversial article about using the word “soccer” to refer to the sport when played in the United States (and Canada). I was pleasantly surprised and hugely appreciative to see such an influential soccer blog take such a stance. Since coming back from my 10-year(ish) hiatus from soccer, I… Continue reading Soccer vs Football
Taken 10/12/11 at West Blvd. Elementary School with my LG Optimus before pick-up with @comosoccernight Because of the angle of the sun, I couldn't actually see my screen at all, so I had to take it on faith that I was getting it framed how I wanted it. We played under some sporadic lightning and… Continue reading Soccer Field Under an Indecisive Sky
This article brought tears to my eyes. I've been an Espinoza fan for awhile now, but had never heard his story.You all know my passion for Honduras, and my compassion for latino immigrants in the U.S. So I'm sure you understand why this story touches me. I have also heard that every time Roger visits… Continue reading Espinoza embodies the American dream