Hello there! Thank you for visiting my blog.  My name is Ramya and I live in the heart of Silicon Valley.  I have never played any organized sports in my life so I was a little overwhelmed when my girls started playing softball.  My husband and I let our girls try out different sports till they figure out what they like best.  Thankfully my husband is the opposite to me and has played a variety of sports so my girls lucked out.  He coaches both their teams in the recreation league.

Our year usually starts out with softball in spring and summer, soccer in the fall and basketball in the winter.  I think this year we said RIP soccer!  So it is softball and basketball for now.  Of these two, we definitely spend a LOT of time playing softball.

6 years ago when my older daughter started playing softball, I wish there was one website that I could go to that explained things to me in the most simplest way.  But none existed for newbies like me, so I figured if I am going to be spending a lot of my time in a softball field anyway, I might as well write about what I am learning.  Trust me I am still learning.

Since Silicon Valley is such a melting pot of people from all over the world, I bet there are at least a few people like me who could benefit from this information.

Just want to take a moment to thank all of you who have subscribed to my blog.  You are truly AWESOME! and give me inspiration to write more.  If there is anything you want me to research and write about send me an email.

Disclosure: I have placed links in a few of the pages, for example in pages related to softball gear or when I talk about Products and reviews.  I am placing links to show you visually the product I am discussing or the products I have personally purchased for my kids. You do not have to purchase any of these items if you click on it. I used to be an affiliate, but I am not anymore and don’t plan of being an affiliate with any company till I add more content, so if you click on links from Amazon and make purchase, I do not benefit from it.

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