“Your son’s been distracted by girls,” Miss Pelley informed Robert Steven Williams’ mother. “He’s a bit early on the curve. Have you had the birds and the bees discussion?”
My girlfriend’s 15 year old kid had played a year of Little League and hadn’t picked up a bat or glove since. This was an opportunity for us to bond, but the odds were stacked against us.
The patient coaches of Little League inspire players to walk away from every game, a winner.
Robert Steven Williams used to play competitive sports. Now his fears of getting benched by his health insurance have him sidelined.
Whether or not he continues being a surprisingly effective football player, Robert Steven Williams writes, Tim Tebow has already made his mark.
Robert Steven Williams wonders what a moral compass is when it’s not even being guided by morals.
Robert Steven Williams hasn’t been to a yoga class since he was injured in August, but that doesn’t mean he expected to stay out of touch.
Looking back on his own life, Robert Steven Williams isn’t so sure we should listen to all of Steve Jobs’ famous advice.
Is Philadelphia cursed? Robert Steven Williams thinks so.
With the premier of Simon Cowell’s X Factor, Robert Steven Williams wonders if another singing show can last.
As conference realignment changes the face of the NCAA, Robert Steven Williams wonders, “But what about the children?”
Robert Steven Williams’ injury in yoga class left him with a painful thigh and more than a little trepidation.
Robert Steven Williams’ yoga practice didn’t prepare him for the dangers of pick-up softball.
The challenge of yoga is as much mental as it is physical.
Robert Steven Williams doesn’t often get to do yoga with his girlfriend, but when he does, he sticks his foot in his mouth.
Robert Steven Williams wants a new word to be added to the Philadelphia sports lexicon: relax.