- 2014 my debut year as an author and it was a doozie! A whirlwind of awesomeness and dreams coming true and whatnot.
- 2015 began with a new set of challenges that sidetracked me for a bit.
- I regained a love of reading, and immersed myself in books (as opposed to so much focus on writing/editing/promoting).
- Some ying-yang, ebb-flow, type of stuff kicked in. Lawyerly stuff. Personal fitness stuff. Kid stuff.
- I became a Tennis Pro.
Yeah, you read that right.
A. Tennis. Pro.
Here's my new tennis-y headshot...
One thing I'm big on in life is taking advantage of opportunities that present themselves. Many moons ago, tennis was the biggest part of my life. From training everyday for hours after school to playing in college at Weber State University and San Diego State University, and then from coaching to playing professionally overseas, tennis was my "thing" for a long time. Since hanging up the racket, I've had some other "things" to focus on. Becoming a mother of four, a lawyer, a published author...yeah, a few other things took my focus.
A few months ago, a really cool tennis opportunity presented itself. So I went and got certified by the USPTA, and now I'm the newest member of the Dragon Ridge Tennis Staff. It's a beautiful place full of amazing people.
It's going to be a great new adventure for me. I'll still be writing and lawyering and mothering, but also now tennis-ing.
So there's that.