Puddle of Mud Volleyball

Strong winds blew through Southeast Orange County yesterday. Normally, this would hardly be news-although with our local TV news crews’ ravenous meteorological fetish, it might be. While these forceful gales would usually have blown through an empty field and done minimal harm, yesterday just happened to be a different day.

The March of Dimes had set up for their thirteenth annual Mud Volleyball Tournament, which included the erection of several tents. Rather than being rewarded for their commitment to charity and being well-prepared, the March of Dimes were instead forced to come out of pocket for new tents and scaffolding. Some might see this as a sign that there is no God, but that’s for an entirely different blog.

The radio station I work for has fielded a team, helmed by-gasp-me. There are a whole bunch of Orlando businesses and organizations who are also participating, and the public is welcome to come support this fantastic charitable event tomorrow (Saturday) starting at 9 at Lee Vista Park. Thirsty for more insight on the event? Click on www.mudvb.com and let the learning begin.

In addition to the warm afterglow that benevolence tends to supply, you’ll get to see grown human beings cavorting like swine in some serious mudpits. If you’ve yet to witness the spectacle that is mud volleyball, you’re in for a real treat. Bonus for you testosterone-types: there must be at least 2 chicks playing for each team at all times. Call me SCATman, but there’s something about a muddy female wedgie that makes my pulse race like Mary Hill in a residential zone.

Hope to see you there!

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