The Games Of Your Life is over, leaving in its wake a big void, which many may find difficult to bridge.
The Games, was for me, an opportunity, which I think, I used wisely.
The Games, was for me, a threat, which looked like it would destroy me.
The Games, was for me, time spent (or not) with the family.
15 days since the start of the Games, I became a battle hardened veteran.
I saw bloodless war, healthy rivalry, passion, sadness, tears – of both sadness and joy, sports fanaticism, empty stadiums, extra-full roads, never before seen rains and cold, the church and many things else.
I saw and learned, from what they call and I follow, The Games Of your Life.