The sacrament is far too important to just jump into for the sake of saying, “Look at me; I’ve got a wife now.” It’s better to take things slowly, look further into exactly what marriage is, etc.
I’m used to thinking about things in depth, so a lifetime commitment is not going to be any exception.
People are just trying to get information to create their stories, and, now, everyone is talking about the deflated footballs.
It’s a funny situation because, while so much time is being given to the story, it’s not going to affect how we approach the game at all.
At the same time, though, we aren’t taking their defense or special teams for granted.
They have the all-around game, so if we’re going to come out on top, we can’t overlook any aspect of their team, and we have to play on all cylinders ourselves.
One of the benefits of being single is that you’re freer to do little things here and there that, if you were married, would take away time from your family.
One of those things is Catholic Athletes for Christ’s involvement in a flag-football game for special-needs children this week in Arizona.It can be humbling, though, because people tend to think there’s something special about you, but you know that you’re just like everyone else.The more they praise you, the more you realize how little credit you deserve and how thankful you should be to God for what you have. I’m told that he’s very devout and sharp and that he has a good sense of humor, so I’m looking forward to reading it.Something I learned from last year’s Super Bowl experience is how to navigate off-the-field experiences, especially with the media.When you first get a lot of attention like that, you tend to take it really seriously, but, after awhile, you realize that most of it actually isn’t a big deal, and nine times out of 10, I don’t even read what’s printed or aired about me.Super Bowls aside, Luke Willson knows he has been blessed in many ways.