When we can’t go

After reading this article about what sports fans miss because they can’t go to games, I talk about something else you don’t experience when you can’t see a ballgame, concert, movie or show in person.

Here are all the places you can listen.


Apple Podcasts



Pocket Casts

Google Podcasts


One thought on “When we can’t go

  1. That feeling of anticipation is so powerful. Having been without it for so long, it’s easy to mistake it for anxiety. Or maybe its tinged with anxiety. Both my boys have been nervous about things that would usually be routine – seeing friends in the park or going to swimming lessons for example. For me it was so great that when the anticipation was fulfilled, I cried to see my mum. Just as we’ve adjusted to missing these things, its going to be really weird going back to them too – eventually.

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