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YOUR HAND WAS THE ONE HOLDING MINE

Life was getting difficult for me. My eyes hurt. It seemed that everything about my eye condition had accelerated. Continue reading

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TENNIS – THE THREAD IN THE FABRIC OF MY LIFE

This title should actually be, “Tennis is the thread in the fabric of my adult life.” I was married at the age of 21, and I experienced a huge change in my life. I became depressed when I was 23, and it was my own mother that encouraged me to find some other interests. She suggested tennis as a way for me to get myself out of the house. I was living in Sylmar at the time, and had seen an ad for lessons at a public park. I called the instructor, whose name was Ellie and took lessons for a while. Then I played after my lessons at the park where I started meeting lots of tennis players. Continue reading

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