Today's question at The RHOK is brought to us by a newly inspired Mrs. McGillicutty aka Kelly at Kellyology!
Think about the day you met your spouse. Since then and due to their influence, what is the one thing that has changed about you that you never expected to happen?
Anyone that knows me well know that I come from an extremely athletic family. My Moma was an All-State basketball player and loved the game so much that when she became pregnant with me in January of her senior year of high school, she continued to dribble, shoot and bounce me along with her game. All three of us children grew up in playpens along the first or third base lines of a softball field while Moma played co-ed softball during the Summers. When I was four years old I was finally given my own ball glove and played Summer League up until I was 15 years old. Not sure why it ended there, guess the leagues just did. About that time we finally got a High School Fast Pitch team. I had also played basketball since 5th grade. I decided my Sophomore year to focus on my career and to get out of Dodge- I mean Wilson, so I opted to put all ball on the back burner. I still went to all the football and basketball games, but I worked in the concession stands, I told you I was preparing for my future career, no not food service, BANKING- but yes the food service has paid off now that I am a housewife.
Then I went of to college, intramural leagues were very popular. I quickly joined a co-ed softball league, my first experience playing with the opposite sex. I loved it and I was good at it, except for running. I couldn't unhook my plow, LOL! My brother began his high school football career about this time, sadly I didn't develop a love for the game. Not sure if it was because I rarely made it to any of the games or if I just did not understand. Probably both. Then I married husband #1, a sports fanatic, and well he was just a fanatic so resentment for anything he liked was just natural.