Though I've hardly watched a game, I decided to join our family's bracket challenge hosted by my nephew. I tell the family I add a little extra challenge as to get beat by someone like me would surely be worse than losing. They don't seem as worried as I think they should be.
It's March Madness so my husband is kicked back in his chair flipping between at least four different channels. DirectTV has helped him by creating a composite channel that combines several games on one screen. After all the years we've been married, I've come to expect the world to come to a stop for basketball during this month. How did we do this before the DVR?
While the rest of the world thinks the madness in March is basketball, those of us working to write every day know what the real madness is. We know that the real madness is trying to think about something to write each and every day. We know the real madness is working the bracket of blogs to get everywhere to leave a comment. We know the real victory will be making it to the end of the month with 31 posts.
We can do it.