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So my whole derby career I’ve had an issue with my feet. My right foot especially. I hop on my toe stops…and my right foot has a shooting pain in the ball of my foot. It makes toe stop work… … Continue reading
Picture this. You’re on the track. You’ve found your target to interfere with so that your jammer can get through. You’re doing an ok job of staying on that target. You’re at least making it difficult for her to just … Continue reading
I played with Northern Mayhem this past weekend against Terrace in Terrace. Northern Mayhem is a mash-up team of anyone in the North who wants to play and is willing to travel. So the team is NEVER the same. This … Continue reading
I made a comment to someone tonight: “I get it. I’m the newest, freshest, slowest, fattest, least co-ordinated. But could ya not make me feel like shit about it?” It was in response to what happened over the weekend. And … Continue reading
My derby bestie couldn’t make it tonight. I don’t know what it is about Thursday practice, but I tend to bail on it. So when she couldn’t make it tonight, I was… ambivalent. I don’t want to go. I want … Continue reading
1st Derby practice of the fall. I’m sore. I’m sweaty. I’m tired. I’m so freaking happy to be on skates again. This is where I want to be. ON the track. With mah team. Kicking ass. OH! And I’m thinking … Continue reading
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