Athletic Differences

If this is how your child looks when you take him to a gym and give him a ball:

picture of a happy boy with a ball

then you’d better save up for cleats.


If this is how your child looks when you take him to a gym and give him a ball:

picture of a bored boy with a ball

then you’d better save up for the bookstore.

Train up a child in the way he should go, Even when he is old he will not depart from it.

Proverbs 22:6

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3 Responses to “Athletic Differences”

  1. js Says:

    Go to a thrift store with a decent shoe section. Buy whatever cleats are in tolerable shape. Do that enough times and you’ll have a selection that will last your kids into high school, all for about $30. And when they outgrow them, you don’t feel bad that you spent $30 on one pair of cleats that they wore a dozen times before the season ended and they outgrew them.

  2. Ricky Anderson Says:

    And which kind were you?

  3. Some Guy Says:

    I don’t remember. But since all of my athletic endeavors in school involved running (and not a ball), I’m guessing I was the second kind.

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