Reluctant Soccer Mom

I had a formative cultural experience in London last night.

No, it didn’t entail that controversial new Damien Hirst exhibit over at the Wallace Collection. Nor did I catch that hot new production at the Donmar Warehouse. Nope. My cultural immersion was much more authentically British: I attended my first professional soccer game.

Today, I’m over at PoliticsDaily.com talking about the seminal role soccer plays in European life and how living here has changed my attitude towards the sport. Read it here

Image: Soccer Dude by Brit. via Flickr under a Creative Commons License.

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One Response to Reluctant Soccer Mom

  1. rachel says:

    I cannot believe that the tribulations of a soccer mom match those of a football (American) mom – but you have my sympathy nonetheless!

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