Incomplete Passes: Reflections on Life, Love, and Football

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iUniverse, Aug 25, 2011 - Biography & Autobiography - 164 pages

Linda Lange turned twelve in 1959, the year Vince Lombardi arrived in Green Bay, Wisconsin, and changed everything. To say that Linda embraced the future kings of football would be an understatement. Her new passion transformed the way she viewed her hometown, the world, and most important, herself. In Incomplete Passes, Linda reflects on her coming-of-age journey as she grows into womanhood, experiences an unusual mid-life crisis, and embraces a friendship that spans fifty years.

In 1961, four girls united by their love for the Packers formed a lasting bond that would survive distance, marriage, divorce, careers, and motherhood. In her entertaining and often witty memoir, Linda chronicles the years the infatuated teens followed their heroes around Green Bay and shares an intriguing glimpse into how the Packers helped all of them face their journeys through life with courage and humoreven as Linda dives into a mid-life calamity that somehow results in the creation of a musical comedy.

Sometimes nostalgic, often wry, Incomplete Passes will resonate with anyone who fantasizes about romance with a celebrity, questions a life decision, or revels in the joys of reconnecting with old friends.

 

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Linda Lange grew up in Green Bay, Wisconsin, during the era when Vince Lombardi coached the Packers. She now lives in Cincinnati, Ohio, with her husband, Scott. They have two enormous black cats and a son who is not named after Mr. “A” in Incomplete Passes.

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