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When a game of tug of war goes wrong, it can rip your arms off

For centuries, tug of war has been celebrated for its positive virtues—team-building, cooperation, and unity. The game, which features two teams pulling opposite ends of a rope, is internationally ubiquitous and is played by millions of people. 1,211 more words

Witley, March 14, 1917

Wednesday     The same as yesterday Am feeling in the best of health

Under the strict rules now in effect, those quarantined were excused from the instructional sports that had been under way in the camp, two afternoons a week since the beginning of the month. 486 more words

Training

Twists of Rope #DailyHaikuChallenge

Icy winds still rage
Winter’s tug of war with spring
Crocuses triumph

Day 125 /365 – Morgan’s #DailyHaikuChallenge. Join in and link back to her blog

Poetry Forms

Tug of War

After learning more about the French school system, I had my students participate in a tug of war.  I learned about this strategy at a district workshop and was excited to test it out.   195 more words

French

The Central Florida Highland Games Plus Buster Equals a Trip to Urgent Care

As  mentioned in a previous post, Buster broke his leg recently. A spiral fracture to the tibia to be exact. The day started innocuously enough. I decided to take the kids to the Central Florida Highland Games. 714 more words

Family Fun

Show of Strength

It is show of strength in the Tamil Nadu assembly today. How I wish it were as simple as this! 14 more words

Street

An Unwinnable Tug Of War

Continuing on from my last post, I’m really struggling to climb back out of the pit I currently find myself in. My mind is full of unending doubts and negative assertions, and my body is in a constant state of anxiety. 509 more words

Anxiety