Stupid Ryan got that nickname stuck in my head when we recorded on Tuesday night, but no portmanteau is good enough to entice me out of my comfortable retirement. We finally got around to recapping Crimson Cup, chatted about Top of Utah, and welcoming the West’s new community team to the mix.
After a rewarding double season with the Skrewts and San Jose State, I am happy (and relieved, honestly) to retire from playing quidditch the way I wanted to go out: on a high note.
Smythe won the tournament, I got sixth place twice, but the real heroes are Long Beach for taking silver in the community division.
A short update following a short month.
Some pre-regionals ramblings from an exhausted Quidditch Mom who just has a lot of feelings.
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We’re six days into the year. The new car smell of 2018 is still there but slowly fading away. Now’s as good a time as any to talk about new year’s resolutions.
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