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Written by Dean Flewwellin   
Saturday, 24 October 2009 07:03

I have been blessed to know several girls/women who were "good sports," not only as athletes--but as lovers.   Some say that is a sport unto itself!    And most were very good athletes.
In the seventh grade, the only student in the whole school who could outrun me was a girl--
and she did it barefoot!  Can you believe my embarrassment at the time?   She also played basketball and eventually played semi-pro ball with the "Pepsi-Cola Girls" basketball team in Jacksonville, Florida.
Sandy was a very beautiful and talented teenager, who asked me to teach her how to play tennis. Her mother, who was totally beautiful and also totally blind, would follow the sound of the ball when we made contact with it. Sandy pleasantly surprised me when she eventually won a tournament. I did feel proud, and I also felt that I had done a good job of teaching her.
Now during high school, my classmate Anita, was our state tennis champion.   Anita was also the smartest girl in our class of state champions.   I always wanted to go against her (no pun intended), in a tennis match--as we had both won our share of tournaments.   We never did!  :(
And then there's "Big Busted Barbara" who was a swimmer on our state championship high school swimming team.   We dated for a while, and she was another highly intelligent girl, who became a highly successful businesswoman.   I do have home movies of her, which are included in my "Family History & Genealogical Library."   She also had a great smile.  :)
In Gainesville, Florida, I dated a farm girl named Peggy.   Peggy was a great equestrian, who wore those rolled up tight jeans which men/boys loved.   I remember that she looked extremely beautiful and extremely confident in the saddle.   I still can't ride a horse.   They scare me!   She didn't!  :)
My first wife used to play fullback on her high school "Powder Puff" football team.   Actually, she had big boobs (38-D), so she should have been called a "fullfront."   She has always loved football, and still follows it at the college and professional levels at age seventy-two.
My totally blind second wife, was also athletic, as she played "Beep Ball".   Basically, this is where the blind use a beeping soccer ball and the batter kicks or throws the beeping ball, then fielders try to catch it, and/or toss it to first base for an out.   She was on her blind school rifle team, where they shot at a beeping target.   Also, throwing darts was another competition, where she tossed them at a beeping bulls-eye target.
In Orlando, Florida, there were blind and wheelchair ladies who bowled in a league named "The Brailler's and Wheeler's."   The "Brailler's" used a rack-ramp that they positioned on the approach, then placed their bowling ball on it, and gave it a shove.   The "Wheeler's" simply wheeled themselves up to the line, then swung the ball from their seated position.
Thus, with half of these gals being large-busted, it disproved the ongoing theory that big boobs get in the way of athletic ability.  Now that I think about it, maybe I've been "Doubly Blessed!?"  C'est la vie!

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Mean Dean - 11-13-2009 22:11

Maybe so, but not by the Pope! :(
Hildi - 10-24-2009 04:29

You have been blessed many times over in this life. :cheer:
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