By Jan Ophus 

McCone Meanderings

 


"We look at the world once, in childhood. The rest is memory."

(Louise Gluck, Pulitzer Prize Poet)

I hadn't watched a National Basketball Association game on TV beginning to end for years and then a few years ago I stopped watching altogether. But just the other day while channel surfing on my way to an old SEINFELD episode or maybe it was the Munich tennis tourney on Golf Channel, I saw the Celtics playing somebody. Which—as everything seems to in these elderly days of mine—reminded me of somethings: how important basketball was to me growing up in Circle; how important it is for young people...



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markvanfleet writes:

Jan, I always enjoy your stories.

 
 
 

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