Hi, my name is David Harrison, and I’m a D.C. sports fanatic. (Tragic I know.) For my 17 years of my existence, I’ve suffered as year after year I’ve followed the Redskins, Wizards, Capitals, and --Washington’s newest major sports franchise—The Washington Nationals. Although I know being a D.C. sports fanatic isn’t as bad as being a Chicago Cubs fan, not yet at least, I’ve realized that what I have is a disease. I have an addiction for which, although I know my heart will be broken, I will always come back for more. I’ve been close enough to taste the sweet nector of a championship promise just to have it taken away from me every year. I’ve been close enough to touch the Stanley Cup in Union Station, only to see the Capitals be swept away. I’ve seen my beloved Wizards two free throws away from advancing in the NBA playoffs, only to see Gilbert Arenas miss both shots. I've seen Drew Storen one strike away from taking the Nationals to the NLCS, only to surrender four runs in the ninth inning, and time and time again I’ve seen teams with so much promise and hope collapse seemingly only to break my heart year after year. However, I know I am not the only one. There are thousands and thousands of you out there, and that is why I hope you will read this blog. Every tuesday morning for the whole year, I will present this blog committed to D.C. sports. So who knows? Maybe through talking with each other, even if we don’t win a championship any time soon, we can make a 20 year drought feel like the “good old days” weren’t so long ago.