Making The Connection

frozen yogurt, connection, football

Theory about connection:

Girls are different than guys. (Don’t worry, that’s not the theory.) Men seem to be content to do things for the sake of doing things. Women need a reason. Women don’t do things they don’t have a connection to.

I’d guess that that’s why a lot of women don’t watch football: there’s no connection. We are busy creatures! We have lots to accomplish in life! And when we have nothing (or everything) left to do, we have Pinterest! So what woman in her right mind would spend 4 hours watching burly men walk back and forth across a field for no apparent reason?

Um, not a one.

That’s why I want to help! Because once football makes sense, you’ll have a connection. And once you have a connection, you’ll just love it.

Maybe even more than Pinterest.

So ladies: let’s talk.


Shout it out in the comments – anything at all. I’ll learn more about it and then post about it in a way that makes sense and is not painful.

I promise!

Let’s make the connection and get this season off to a great start.

2 thoughts on “Making The Connection”

  1. Beka!

    I love this, and I've been trying to think of a question FOREVER.

    I've got one!

    What are the biggest strengths and weaknesses of each position? I understand the basic rules of football and enjoy a good game whenever they're on (GO ND!), but I'm always forgetting exactly where my sister's bf plays. I end up answering football questions about him with a vague, "well, he's really fast and runs sprints in track during the offseason, and they like, designed plays around him last season, so whatever position that means."

    Where do the fast guys play? The really big ones? The average muscly men?


  2. LOVE this question, Meg! Thanks for asking it! The answer is on it's way asap :)

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