Fruits of our Labor

One of our favorite things about our new house is the small backyard we have, including a small area of earth, just big enough for a little vegetable garden. An assortment of goods Carrots Rainbow Chard Lemons Rainbow Chard Special thanks to my mom who helped us plant this winter crop while she was visiting.Continue reading “Fruits of our Labor”

Spanish Championships Beach 2019

We had an amazing time, as always in Castelldefels, just outside of Barcelona, for the Spanish Beach championships. Unfortunately, we weren’t able to defend our title from last year, due to some untimely injuries and poor play in our quarterfinal vs Quijotes from Madrid, but no it is always a pleasure to share the fieldContinue reading “Spanish Championships Beach 2019”

Why Picking a perfect bracket is absurd

If you ask Google the odds of picking a perfect March Madness bracket, you’ll be shown: This video explains why that number is not technically correct, because it assumes each team has a 50/50 chance of winning each game. Warning, only click if you’re a math nerd. Favorite stat from the video: You have aContinue reading “Why Picking a perfect bracket is absurd”

International Women’s Day in Bilbao

Last Friday was International Women’s Day, and there is no place that does it bigger than Bilbao. One of the things that I love about this place is how socially active everyone is. There are many causes that people hit the streets for: ensuring pensions don’t disappear, labor rights, and on this day, women’s rights.Continue reading “International Women’s Day in Bilbao”

Sabe a Mixta 2019

This tournament took place Feb 23-24, 2019 in Valencia, Spain. I played with the Spanish Mixed Masters National team. We had a great tournament coming in 5th place overal, and the top masters team there. After beating the 2015 world champions in the 5th place game, we decided to pose for a picture: Congrats toContinue reading “Sabe a Mixta 2019”