It is, Women’s Day!!

Greetings, dear readers!

Women’s day is round the corner, and I have a bunch of questions I’d love to ask all my lady bloggers here.

It’s nothing you won’t understand, men, so hey, you’re welcome too!

Here’s the set of questions –

1) Do you have any interest in any sport?

2) If yes, please tell. If no, that’s alright. πŸ˜‰

3) What do you think, is the reason you participate, or don’t participate much in sports activities?

4) Do you wish to be a part of some sport but are unable to? Tell us your obstacles. I’m sure all of us here can help you out!

So there you go!

Start answering!!! :-)❀️❀️

21 thoughts on “It is, Women’s Day!!

    1. Wow, table tennis is one sport I do not know much about, but my brother is a pro at. He keeps asking me to join him some time, but I refuse to be a novice! Oh, silly me!
      But you don’t miss out on opportunities near you, and do what you love! Happy Women’s Day!! ❀️❀️

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  1. I am not the stereotypical guy. I am not a great fan of any sport. I have enjoyed badminton and ping pong in the past. I have never been into playing aggressive sports. I love ballroom dancing if that is a sport. I like going to the gym. I don’t participate in sports partly because I don’t enjoy most of them and I feel I am not good enough. If I was going to participate in a sport I love to play badminton again.

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    1. Badminton is my all time favorite!!❀️❀️
      N of course ballroom dancing is being a sport! πŸ˜‰ No one less rhythmic can attempt it!
      Do carry on with what is the real you, and care for nothing else!
      Would love to hear from you more often, in this lovely blogosphere! πŸ™‚


  2. Hi, let me be first to answer to your question.
    I don’t have any favourite sport.
    Actually, I am a first child of my parents and so they have been very protective about me. They never let me play because they use to thing I will get hurt, or I will break my bones or head while playing.
    But when I grew up, I do participated in many sports like football, cricket, basketball and many. Well, I was able to participate because everyone besides me were equally bad at all gamesπŸ˜‹ but thanks to boys in our class who used to train us before the sports day of our college. It was quiet a fun in participating in sport.

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    1. Haha, your story is so much the story of a first child. Overprotective parents, and a constant nag to keeping yourself safe. I totally get it.
      To still rise up among that, indicates that you have a real zest for sports, n well, you should definitely follow it sometime! ❀️❀️
      Do keep coming back here for a little chat. πŸ™‚

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  3. I used to be a powerful swimmer achieving the highest lifeguard training levels. Beyond that, no. When I was young I watched the first Canada Russia Hockey series and it was fabulous. I’ll never forget the excitement and drama. I was a devout hockey fan. After a while I found it to be the same old same old and I need change and variety. Same with pretty much every other sport I have tried myself. I would like to get back to swimming but I now live in a rural area and the nearest pool is an hour and half drive away and I mostly feel too old and too busy to bother. My life is very full staying active. I just don’t do sports.

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