Exactly, for Amy keeps me pointing due west most of the time, with only an occasional whiffle
round to the south, and I haven't had an easterly spell since I was married.
My brothers and I were playing whiffle
ball in the front yard like we so often did, and Mom had jumped on a horse with a friend to run and check one of her "honey holes"; it was evidently a success.
Pickleball players use wooden paddles and Whiffle
balls to play on a badminton-sized court with a slightly modified tennis net.
Players use wooden or composite paddles roughly twice the size of ping pong paddles to hit a perforated plastic ball similar to a whiffle
ball over a net about one yard tall.
The game is played with a plastic whiffle
ball and paddles that resemble those used in racquetball.
For example, combined practice has been shown to be superior for performance across a variety of sport and non-sport tasks, including hitting a whiffle
golf ball (Lutz, McBride, & Rothstein, 1979), swimming (White, Ashton, & Lewis, 1979), basketball shooting (Etnier & Landers, 1996), and rotary pursuit tracking (Rawlings et al.
He keeps the character's assorted dimensions twirling in the air like whiffle
That meant he was in the hallway, the one from which we had just been thrown like whiffle
He had an uncanny command where he could just move the ball around, and it was almost like a whiffle
ball the way he could move it around.
They wouldn't let Aiden bring his whiffle
ball bat or Green Eggs and Ham, even though he was going to sleepaway camp for a really long time.
For popularity, the only rival to the Flag Race was the Knight Chase, a fairly gruesome event in the fifth inning, when the children of Geneva, armed with Whiffle
balls, waited with bated breath on the left field line.
As a kid, I grew up watching the Sox and really following them, so when I was out in the backyard playing Whiffle
Ball with my friends, we would always imagine ourselves on the mound at Fenway.