I envy you iluvandy. I thought I would be too but somehow I'm not.
You took the words right out of my mouth Ruthie!
I thought I'd be less emotional watching Andy play after he finally achieved it,but to be honest,I'm really not-I'm every bit as bad as before!
I still get as tense and nervous as before,still get every bit as frustrated when things go wrong-but then I suppose as a positive to the negative I still get every bit as delighted when things go well for him too! I think it's just because I want
things for him so strongly-which isn't to say you want anything for him any less than I do ILA,if I could want the victories for him with serenity I would! Plus I'm naturally a bit of a worrier,so I do tend to get nervous quite easily-and oh my,the amount of
moments Andy's given me over the years! But then again,he's given me such good ones too that it makes up for it
At this stage,I don't think I'll ever be able to watch Andy without getting emotional-even if he were to win Wimbledon (it's always been my biggest dream for him to win that,not only because of the whole British history thing,but also just selfishly because it's my favourite slam) I don't think I'd be able to relax during his matches!All part of being an Andy fan for me though,I suppose!And like I said above-the great moments outweigh the bad ones