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Recipe for the Tennis Player's Soul (Book) - 5/23/2003 12:15:56 PM
nice informative blurb, i like the cover

Venus & Serena, My Seven Years as Hitting Coach for the Williams Sisters (Book) - 1/24/2003 8:24:20 PM
Do not start reading this book unless you have the time to finish it before you put it away. Nothing fascinates me more than a well written description of the truth behind successful people's rise to the top. The twist to this story is actually reality! The radical way in which their family functions gives the background with by which to better understand the girls and their game. On top of this magnificent story- you can learn a few pointers on improving your own game.

Venus & Serena, My Seven Years as Hitting Coach for the Williams Sisters (Book) - 12/3/2002 3:13:24 PM
The book is fantastic. You never want to let the book down. It is a magnificient story told from the heart. Keep rocking Dave!

Venus & Serena, My Seven Years as Hitting Coach for the Williams Sisters (Book) - 11/4/2002 9:38:42 AM
The book is great!! It was very, very interesting, I did not want to lay the book down. I am glad that Dave Rineberg took the time to write about his experiences with the Williams. He deserves the recognition for all of the hard work and time he gave. GO FOR IT DAVE!!!!!!!!!

Venus & Serena, My Seven Years as Hitting Coach for the Williams Sisters (Book) - 7/30/2002 9:26:22 AM
And you thought fiction was fun. The truth behind the story of Venus and Serena's rise to fame, and the role their eccentric father Richard played in it, is more interesting than anything that could be made up. Rineberg does a great job of making the book easy to read and yet still enjoyable. It' chock full of stories of his experiences with the Williams sisters and their father that range from inspirational to downright bizzare. My personal favorite is a meeting between Rineberg and Ricard Williams at a local carwash to discuss Venus and Serena. The discreet location was hand-picked by Richard to avoid audio surveillance by the FBI! All in all, it's a great book. And I'm glad Rineberg is finally getting some of the recognition he deserves for the part he played in Venus and Serena's rise to the top. Well done!

Venus & Serena, My Seven Years as Hitting Coach for the Williams Sisters (Book) - 7/30/2002 6:28:24 AM


Venus & Serena, My Seven Years as Hitting Coach for the Williams Sisters (Book) - 7/4/2002 6:18:08 AM
Great insight and drama!!

My Grandfather (Poetry) - 5/28/2011 8:35:30 PM
the impression we leave/they leave/others leave is a tremendous responsibility...as you have shared. well done- jch

My Grandfather (Poetry) - 2/11/2011 7:37:56 AM
I realized he had given me one last lesson of life and love that had to be learned through the pain of death and crying. That if you hold someone you love tightly in your heart, then they will always be with you and a part of you, even in dying. These are very comforting words, Dave. The cycle of life seems so cruel, but when our loved ones are gone, they remain part of our minds and thinking. rege

My Grandfather (Poetry) - 4/29/2010 7:24:36 AM
Dave thank you for sharing such a wonderful poem. And as your Grandfather will say"Be an example" words will faith from day to day as we toy to roam let us say. An example will shine till heaven's day and I give to you Dave another unforgettable day. Your Grandfather is so proud of you and I to have this opportunity in time to share your special words.

My Grandfather (Poetry) - 5/8/2008 5:50:16 PM
Still remember my only grandpa lived in a nursing home with a stroke for15years. Visited him most every Sunday as a child. Died when I was13 and am now 63. Memories of him come back to me often. Of course, he is buried in cemetery where my second hubby is now lying resting in peace too. Grandpa always gave me a 50 cent piece or a silver dollar when I visited. Loved him very much. Was so lucky to have him. Great poem about yours and I can relate to it very well. They are never forgotten and always with us in spirit.

My Grandfather (Poetry) - 2/14/2008 10:30:33 AM
I love this poem. It captures the love and the respect we feel, especially when that wonderful person leaves us. Eileen

My Grandfather (Poetry) - 1/9/2008 11:39:15 AM
Wonderful writing~`*

My Grandfather (Poetry) - 12/29/2007 8:55:42 AM
a beautiful tribute to life and your grandfather

My Grandfather (Poetry) - 7/25/2007 10:42:06 AM
Beautifully constructed poem. It brought to mind my own grandfather and how much I could have learned from him, but did not. Nice write.

My Grandfather (Poetry) - 7/13/2007 11:03:56 AM
As of this date, you have only one posting under Poetry, Dave. But you made it a really good one! Richard

My Grandfather (Poetry) - 12/28/2006 3:58:24 PM
This is an exceptional write..I could feel the sadness of the loss of your grandfather. I too had a loved one visit me in my dreams. It's wonderful isn't it? They are still with us and reach out to us in our dreams I beleive. Laura

My Grandfather (Poetry) - 12/28/2006 2:02:41 PM
I feel honored to have been given the pleasure of meeting your grandpa, through your well penned portrait of him, in such eloquent phrase. Makes me think of one of mine posted a few weeks ago entitled "Gransma's Kitchen" Nice work!

My Grandfather (Poetry) - 11/17/2006 6:57:38 PM
A great tribute to a wonderful man. Thank you, DL Mullan

My Grandfather (Poetry) - 6/14/2006 9:36:26 AM
IT IS ALWAYS A PLEASURE TO READ SUCH FINE WORK.

My Grandfather (Poetry) - 2/20/2006 3:24:47 AM
I realized he had given me one last lesson of life and love that had to be learned through the pain of death and crying. That if you hold someone you love tightly in your heart, then they will always be with you and a part of you, even in dying. Indeed..I like your grandfather..sounds so much like my father.. exceptional piece..thankyou Dave.. Vesna:)

My Grandfather (Poetry) - 12/5/2005 2:52:29 PM
Wonderful and sentimental.

My Grandfather (Poetry) - 8/19/2005 2:22:58 AM
Nice poem. I enjoyed the rhythm in your poem. SG Bangalore.

My Grandfather (Poetry) - 7/5/2005 7:21:30 AM


My Grandfather (Poetry) - 5/19/2005 6:19:55 PM
You were lucky to know such a wonderful man and have him in your family.

My Grandfather (Poetry) - 4/25/2005 8:32:39 PM
Reading this piece made me feel as if I had met your grandfather. Heartfelt, eloquent, an excellent poem.

My Grandfather (Poetry) - 4/25/2005 6:42:17 PM
extremely poignant, baby!

My Grandfather (Poetry) - 7/15/2004 11:11:45 PM
Dear David, This is an extraordinary poem. This captures the love that was so evidently given from grandfather to grandson, and shows just what an impact some people make in our lives, without our knowing at that particular moment. It's all too often that the realization comes years later. Keep the thought in mind that although his vessle is gone the spirit lives on !!! and he is always besides you. Warm hugs my friend Elga

My Grandfather (Poetry) - 5/28/2004 2:31:46 PM
Dave, Glad your grandfather came to visit you in your dream to release the pain and sorrow, and to remind you of the wonderful memories that you had together. They never really leave us. There is nothing like the love and strengh that family brings to us, is there? Blessings, Judith

My Grandfather (Poetry) - 2/24/2004 7:37:11 PM
touching, moving depiction of love...family matters...as seen in the words of this poem

My Grandfather (Poetry) - 2/12/2004 12:47:51 PM
I think it properly captures that rugged, simplistic, yet wisdom filled man that lies beneath the eyes. I couldn't have said it better.

My Grandfather (Poetry) - 2/10/2004 3:43:23 AM
Wonderful memories of what seems like a cherished man. Debbie

My Grandfather (Poetry) - 1/27/2004 7:53:50 AM
The emotions in this are easily felt. Well expressed.

My Grandfather (Poetry) - 1/24/2004 7:38:45 PM
Also very nice...So sorry to hear of your loss...He must have been a Wonderful Person

My Grandfather (Poetry) - 1/21/2004 6:16:54 AM
A lesson well learned, Dave. I, too, miss my grandparents; but they taught me many things - that I hope I will never forget. Well done!

My Grandfather (Poetry) - 1/21/2004 5:05:04 AM
This is a great write! and wonderfully expressed thoughts. Your right we never truly loss the one we love, as long as we keep them in our hearts.

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