I’m fortunate that my parents have been so active in my softball career. My dad, I would refer to as my trainer while my mom does her part too. I’ve given up and missed some opportunities due to playing softball. I didn’t attend my high school prom, I didn’t walk at my college graduation, missed some vacations and birthday parties but I wouldn’t change it for the world. There is no better feeling than to be living my dream being a professional softball player. Unfortunately, there will come a time that softball will come to an end and I’m not sure what I will do then. I will figure that out once I cross that bridge. I’m not sure how we will do in the Europeans. We are still trying to figure out who is able to play and who isn’t. If some of the college girls aren’t able to play it will be tough but, if we have those college girls then I would say we will maybe place 8th or 10th. Don't hold me to that!  

by Kehli Washington
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