I’ve said this before, but I really want to say it again: One of the things I love about blogging is developing cyber-friendships with interesting, fun people I would probably never meet otherwise.
One of my favorite blogger friends is Rick Williams who lives near Philadelphia. He’s the U.S. Campaign Manager for RetailTribe, a company that, well, I don’t really don’t know anything about.
He’s also a PGA Pro who finds golf – – WAIT, I NEED TO SAY SOMETHING HERE, “Mom, Richard, Bobby, Danny, Mary, Warren, Barbara, and all my other golf friends, including me, please sit down before you read the rest of this sentence, “a peaceful, meditative activity.”
Rick is a great writer who has a healthy approach (golf term!) to life, family, food, fun, and, of course, golf.
I don’t remember how we found each others’ blogs, but for me, it was the beginning of a beautiful friendship. I can’t speak for Rick.
Wherever I am, if I see something cool that’s golf-related, I like to send pictures to Rick, such as these from a road-trip to French Lick, Indiana in October 2014.
You might be wondering why I’m writing about Rick Williams and golf on a snowy day in Chicago in January. Well, the answer lies (another golf term!) in the last two photos below.
But first, I need to set the scene:
And now for the best part…
So, now, wherever I am, if I see something funny that’s golf-related, I’ll send those photos to Rick, as well. No one likes to slice or hook a ball, but this is ridiculous! Poor club selection, perhaps?
Links (another golf term!) to Rick’s blogs:
Mind Body Golf https://mindbodygolf.wordpress.com/
The Inefficient Kitchen http://www.theinefficientkitchen.com/home.html