Why does it seem like professional bowlers never have a bad day? Well... when I went to a bowling clinic last november there were three professionals there; Diandra Asbaty, Jason Belmonte, and Stephanie Nation. I am a huge fan of all of them but after that clinic I had a different perspective on them all but expecially one; Diandra Asbaty. When I started to talk to her she did not seem like a famous person. She acted like any regular person you could meet at a grocery store. Diandra has a lot of pasion for helping people, you can just see it in her as soon as you start to talk to her. So after I got home from that clinic I went and researched her on the internet. I then found out she had her own website. Need less to say I was on her website for a while. Then I found her email adress and I emailed her and said how nice her clinc was, I enjoyed it a lot, etc. Then we kind of became pen pals but over the internet (if that makes any sense). Then I aked her the same question that so many people have, do professional bowlers really have bad days? Her response was yes. I was shocked by this response because if you ever watch professionals on television there always getting strikes. But the truth is, television is only about one fourth of pro bowlers lives. If you think about it that is true. They have practice, tournaments, family, just like everyone else. They are just normal people with extreme talent. So the truth is professional bowlers really do have bad days, they aren't always shown though.