Found this on Twitter and had to share.
Mark Hyman, author of the upcoming book Until It Hurts, asks: What goes through your mind when you watch a child play sports – in eight words or less?
What do you feel when you’re watching your child play organized sports? Defending goal in a tight game? Digging in at home plate with the league’s best pitcher on the mound?
What are you thinking? Tell me in eight words or fewer.
Mine were: proud, excited, worried, bite tongue, potential, agility, cool
Be sure to post your responses at his site.