🌟Sandlot Spotlight Series - Player of the Week: NATASHA HOLLY!🌟
WHICH LEAGUE DO YOU PLAY IN?
Thursdays, Brooklyn WHADDUP
HOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN WITH SANDLOT?
I've been with Sandlot for about a year!
WHAT DO YOU WANT TO DO BEFORE YOU DIE?
I want to sky dive over the Great Barrier Reef (RIP???) Still want to.
WHAT’S YOUR FAVORITE WORD?
Not sure how to spell it, but that word, "Na'mean?!" It's the shortest word for the longest sentence: Do you know what I mean?
WHAT’S THE FUNNIEST THING THAT’S EVER HAPPENED TO YOU?
It's not very ha-ha funny but coincidental-funny. I met my boyfriend in Vegas a couple years ago on 4th of July. We crossed paths at a concert sometime around midnight and by some weird chance, I recognized his face and asked him if we'd met before (not trying to hit on him, but genuinely compelled to ask). He didn't recall and thought I was hitting on him (obviously), but I was SURE we had met before somehow. Suddenly he remembered and turns out we had matched on Tinder back in LA 3 months before that night. We never got a chance to meet in person then because I had deleted the app shortly after downloading it, but he must had made some impression because I recognized his face in a sea of people. Turns out we lived just 20 minutes down the street from each other, and the rest is history!
TELL US ABOUT YOURSELF:
I've couchsurfed/backpacked my way across Europe twice, my family owned the first public pool in Indonesia, and I'm a calligrapher and lettering artist. I worked in the entertainment industry for TV and Film in LA for 5 years then quit, packed my things and took a train to New York to pursue a more creative and fulfilling life. So far, so good!
FAVE QUOTE: "Hold fast to dreams for if dreams die, life is like a broken winged bird that cannot fly." --Langston Hughes
WHAT DO YOU LOVE ABOUT THE DODGEBALL COMMUNITY?
The best thing about the dodgeball community is that no one really takes themselves too seriously. We're all kids at heart. Also, everyone who plays has to have some balls (no pun intended) to willingly put themselves out there as a human target, take the hits, then laugh it off. I like that gusto in people.