My name is Sharon Enck and welcome to my rink, where the seasons are long, and the stories are endless! 

Being a hockey mom just BEGS to be written about so when my daughter strapped on the goalie pads, I picked up the pen. Since then I have been blogging rink-to-rink keeping the world of youth hockey real AND real funny. 

Through the highs, the lows, and the all-consuming hockey stink, us parents need to stick together!

Get in touch at puckgal@gmail.com and follow me on Instagram @sharonenck and Facebook @puckgal

Writing is a Dangerous Sport

Like other writers I have a habit of coming up with ideas in the oddest places at the oddest times. You know, like in the shower, in the car, in the middle of the night, during a parent/teacher conference or a boring meeting. It's usually at a highly inconvenient time when I am not able to fully realize the thought. That's why I carry a small notebook. 

Because if I don't write it down, it never happened.

I was explaining my "process" to a colleague who does not write and I am proud to say that I only interrupted her twice to jot down a good idea. When I was finished she looked me dead in the eye and said "So you are endangering the lives of others with your writing?"

Of course referring to me jotting a quick note down in my notebook while driving. I tried to explain that I try to only do it at stoplights but I wasn't sure was convinced. 

Either that or she was somehow implying that my words were endangering others. 

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