Amy was spotted in the Husky Hall of Fame at the University of Washington, inside Bank of America Arena at Hec Edmundson Pavilion. Amy was a member of the inagural UW women’s soccer team way back in the days of yore. She helped pave the way for today’s youngsters. Amy’s standing by the picture of the inagural team. Things were a lot different back then. Check out our duds (Amy’s #20, front row, second one from the right). Now, they have sleek uniforms. We played on astroturf in Husky Stadium. Now, they have a nice grass facility at Husky Soccer Stadium. Amy’s hair was long and in a ponytail, now it’s short. Yet through it all, Amy did have a great time. She learned a lot of things that transverse beyond the soccer fieild. Things like teamwork and hard work. Also, to get better, you need to practice the little things. Amy applies these lessons to her writing. She writes alone, but it takes the team of her editor, critique group, and Mom to make the story the best it can be. Amy reads a ton, attends workshops, and listens to podcasts to keep learning and improving. You can always get better. Finally, to succeed at anything, it takes hard work and dedication. Every time Amy sees the pioneering team in the Hall fo Fame, she is humbled by being among the greatest Huskies to play and impact their sport.