I took these photographs for the Pull Up A Seat Challenge Week 3 from XingfuMama. I wanted to show the unusual seat in the middle of a disc golf park and the view from it. I have never seen a double seat at any of the disc parks where I accompany Douglas so he can... Continue Reading →
A two-sided seat at the disc golf course in Carrolton, Georgia Posted for the Pull Up a Seat Challenge, Week 31, from XingfuMama. I liked that this odd seat had the overhang to protect waiting disc golfers on the hottest of days.
I wrote about becoming a disc golf widow. Douglas plays nearly every day, either on his way to work or coming home from work, according to the hours he is scheduled to work. On his days off, I have started going with him, deciding that I need the exercise of walking the course and just... Continue Reading →
This week I went with Douglas as he played Disc Golf. Thankfully, there were many places and types of seats for sitting. This is very important when there are lines of mostly men waiting to throw. Yes, I was the only woman, and I worried that the men would think Douglas was henpecked (what a... Continue Reading →
I got up early this morning to accompany my husband on his daily disc golf adventure. I had been upset with him yesterday, accusing him of not even asking me to join him when he went to play this game every day. I bemoaned being left alone every day. So, last night, I suggested that... Continue Reading →