"We are women of heart," said Abby Wambach after the win versus Norway.
Then I read this:
• The U.S. players are taking this Hope Solo business seriously. None of her teammates seemed sure if she'd be flying home on the team plane, and none of them seemed to care too much. She's definitely persona non grata, and it's going to take a lot of work for her to regain her teammates' trust.
From the World Cup reports, its clear that Solo apologized. Her teammates know better than anyone how hard she worked and how hurt she was and how emotionally fragile with the memories of her father. Apparently, an apology is not enough.
Exactly what kind of heart is involved here? Stone? Forgiveness? Frozen strawberry slushie?