Mets Game

September 03, 2010  |  Posted in: Members' Blog - Stuttering Perspectives   |  By:   |   0 Comments

On Sunday, September 19th the National Stuttering Association went to the Mets game in Queens, NY. This NSA event had 100 members, friends, and family in attendance. You’ll be happy to know that the NSA was advertized in big, bright lights during the bottom of the 4th inning. Advertising plays an important role in spreading the word about stuttering and awareness about the NSA. Anytime you feel like you are the only one who stutters, remember you are not alone.

The Met game was a prime example of not being alone. Old and new friends were able to catch up and enjoy a beautiful afternoon at Citi Field. Watching the Braves defeat the Mets in a 6-3 loss was a small price to pay for spending priceless time with fellow stutterers and friends. A special thank you to the Queens Chapter of the NSA for planning this event! All are welcome again next year! Don’t be afraid to be a Fruit Loop in a world of Cheerios. Stay strong and stutter beautifully!

-Nina Zito

NSA on Mets Scoreboard

By Nina Zito. In our interpretation, this creative photo represents the teary eyes through which we saw this game. There were tears of joy from seeing each other and tears for what was to be the end of the Mets’ season.

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