(calls police) hello, some bitch is still trying to talk to me about frozen
But time is catching up with Rampone. She cuts a thick bundle of tape off her ankles after every game this season as she is playing through sesomioditis in her left foot - a floating bone is fractured - and arthritis in both feet. She returned to the field this season just 10 days after suffering a concussion. And she has Lyme disease, which she’d had for years but wasn’t diagnosed with until 2010, when she was 13 years into her professional career.
Regardless, she plays on. She’s always played on. - (X)
Steph giggles at Joe calling himself “Pepe”
ussoccer_wnt : How Kelley O’Hara warms up for training. (TBH, it’s not that cold in Utah. Low 70s and sunny today, but she’s from Georgia). She did do a winter in the Northeast this year, though. In fact, she likes winter clothes. She’s a fan of layering. TMI?
So I haven’t been in the best moods lately, and when I feel like this I like to watch Hannah’s videos because they usually make me feel better. So I made this which has some of my favorite quotes and life advice, for myself and just anyone that is not feeling at their best.
Sometimes I forget how Hannah made me feel good some dark moments.
In terms of financial support, the FIFA Women’s World Cup will only receive $15 million in federal funding from Ottawa as existing facilities and stadiums, without any need for renovations, will be used. In comparison, the FIFA men’s tournaments cost billions of dollars to fund, largely because new stadiums and improved transportation infrastructure are required to host the month-long event. The 2014 Men’s World Cup in Brazil racked up a bill of $15 billion USD. Nevertheless, laying down grass in all six stadiums for the Women’s World Cup in Canada is estimated to only cost approximately $1.5 million.
Evidently, the men’s World Cup tournament is of a larger scale because it garners a broader international following. But why shouldn’t the women’s World Cup gain the same level of support and attention?
The Canadian women’s team is currently ranked ninth in the world. They have qualified for every World Cup since 1995 and did our nation proud by bringing home the Olympic bronze medal in 2012. The men’s team has not been to the World Cup since 1986."
You wanna hear something funny? When I was trying to talk myself into being interested in boys, I would look for guys like you. The kind that would pull me up on stage & get me to sing, because I would never do that on my own.