She’s a wonderfully open book, one that’s now completed an amazing arc.My commitment to competing for Christ has given me opportunities to witness to my teammates and fans.Erin Katrina Mc Leod (born February 26, 1983) is a Canadian soccer player, Olympic bronze medalist and visual artist.A veteran goalkeeper for the Canada women's national soccer team, she also plays for FC Rosengård in the Damallsvenskan, the highest division of women's football in Sweden.Mc Leod's most notable and controversial appearance came during the 2012 Summer Olympics in London.In the semi-final match against the United States on August 6, the referee ruled that Mc Leod had broken the six-second handling rule in the 76th minute, when Canada was leading 3–2.She had (finally) been diagnosed with bi-polar disorder and was fighting for her life.As a 28, almost 29 year old, I can now understand the strength and courage my mother had, still has today, to fight the disease and live the incredible life that she has. I felt ashamed, I felt alone, I felt “poor me,” and it showed.
Yes I, hear you, it is wrong, Yes I know I am sinning. "It doesn't take a rocket scientist to understand that I am deeply in love with Erin Katrina Mc Leod. Thank you for teaching me what truly loving someone and others is all about, amen.She’s got a strong case to being one of the top goalkeepers in the world.So how does one of the world’s best goalkeepers celebrate a successful World Cup? But this was no ordinary marriage — not even by this country’s more open, Supreme Court-validated standards.Before joining FC Rosengård in 2015, she played professional soccer for the Vancouver Whitecaps, Washington Freedom, Dalsjöfors Go IF, Chicago Red Stars, and Houston Dash.