Tiger on the Prowl

March 16, 2010

Hey there's a hoo. Let me get out my club.

 

Newspapers today report Tiger is on the prowl again.

It remains to be seen if he will be prowling on and off the course, or just on the fairways.


10 Playing Tips for Tiger

February 19, 2010

After listening to Tiger’s apology today I made a list of ten things to remember when thinking about playing strange courses. 

  • Confine your balls to your own course.
  • Always use a club cover when visiting a different course.
  • Never play a different course more than once.
  • Never, ever let another course know you love them.
  • Never tell others about strange courses you’ve played.
  • The holes on your home course are better than unknown holes on other courses.
  • The grass is not always greener on other courses.
  • Just because you have balls and a club doesn’t mean you have to try them out on all courses.
  • Mulligans (retries) aren’t usually allowed in marriages.
  • If you get caught playing a round on another course, it means you’ll have to do lots of maintenance on your home course until you can play it again.

Good luck Tiger. Keep your balls and club in the bag.


Don’t Forget Your Relationship

June 26, 2009

This is a message for those couples who put so much energy into raising their children that they forget about their own relationship.

As a divorced parent and married again parent I tell you this is dangerous and downright foolish. A happy marriage equals a happy family.

  • Remember you and your husband were here first.
  • Make your relationship a priority. Sure you love your kids, but they will be better off knowing you love each other.
  • Look after your marriage as much as you look after your kids.
  • Communicate, communicate. Tell each other everything – the good, the bad, and the ugly. Don’t let it fester.
  • Kids feed off mom and dad’s love for each other. It’s healthy for them to see you kissing and hugging. It gives them a sense of security.
  • Make time for each other. Sure this is hard at times, but so important.
  • Make love not war. Sex is good for your relationship. It brings you closer and hey it’s that special thing only you have.

Always remember why you fell in love with your partner in the first place. Make an effort to keep the passion you had for your partner alive, sure it won’t be like the beginning, but be as passionate as you can about the relationship you have with each other. The rest will be easy.


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