Sports Illustrated writer Richard Deitsch had a great idea last night on Twitter.
Inspired by a photograph of a fellow member of the sport media celebrating with his older brother after his bro won an NCAA hockey championship at Yale, Deitsch asked “How many of you have a photograph of the single best moment of your life? The responses will make your heart melt. Deitsch FTW.
@richarddeitsch The day my wife woke up after her double-lung/heart transplant.
@richarddeitsch Seeing my son, who once couldn’t tolerate skates on feet b/c of autism, skate in front of 47k people
@richarddeitsch I can’t not play… I don’t think I’ve ever laughed so hard… Best. Day. Ever.
@richarddeitsch @sports_casters the night I skipped homework to spend time with my Grammy, one of my last times
@richarddeitsch My nephew was born a week before my grandfather died. I took one pic of all 4 generations together. http://t.co/x5jLOiFWG4
@richarddeitsch @sports_casters Easy choice.. Jordan & Nola coming into my life on 11/8/11.. And every day since!
@richarddeitsch I came home from Iraq (2nd tour) and got to hug my mom!
@richarddeitsch My mother, who was my school’s superintendent my high school career, after she handed me my diploma
@richarddeitsch @Sports_Casters Set an American Record in the midst of a quarter life crisis
@richarddeitsch @Sports_Casters Qualifying for the Boston Marathon a year after dropping out at Mile 25
@richarddeitsch first time I played catch with my son. @dodger stadium
@richarddeitsch @Sports_Casters my son’s first (and only) TD…he’s a soccer player now. :)
@richarddeitsch @Sports_Casters My wife’s sons waiting to walk her down the aisle. Sonoma. Just two weekends ago.
@richarddeitsch @Sports_Casters Me! After @Cuse made the Final Four! (In the middle)
@richarddeitsch @Sports_Casters 3 years ago, the moment.
@richarddeitsch @Sports_Casters or this: graduating from high school 3 months after my transplant to a standing o’
@richarddeitsch @Sports_Casters graduated @SyracuseU 6 months after being diagnosed with brain cancer
@richarddeitsch @Sports_Casters Hired a photographer in Paris to snap photos of my proposal
@richarddeitsch my first experience at @CarnitasSnacks
Kara & Deb
@richarddeitsch @Sports_Casters Not a moment, but after taking steps to be my true self, I found the love of my life.
23. Great job, everyone.
- Justice Antonin Scalia, the conservative heart of the U.S. Supreme Court for more than a decade, has died. He was 79.
- Scalia was the current court's longest-serving justice, having been nominated in 1986 by President Ronald Reagan.
- Republicans are extremely unlikely to confirm anyone that President Obama nominates in the final months of his second term.