We had a pretty quiet weekend around here — at least, not much to write about. In a word, our weekend was: Baseball.
On Thursday afternoon, we went to see the Nationals beat the Tigers. (This was a makeup game, after the original got rained out on Tuesday.) The game was exciting — it all came down to the very last out, with Prince Fielder at the plate. After, we went to Five Guys for dinner, where I indulged in a burger and fries and didn’t even think about feeling guilty
On Friday, relatives came to visit from North Carolina, and we went to see the Nationals beat the Cubs. I was surprised to find that two games, back to back, weren’t too much for me. I suspect that the two wins helped that to be the case! We sat one section over from our usual seats. (Enter long, boring explanation for why there isn’t an usher posted near our usual seats.) It was fun to watch a good usher properly handling the crowd — helping people find their seats, holding them in the aisle until breaks in play, etc. I ended up tracking down the ushers’ supervisor — both to compliment the usher we saw, and to try to remedy the lack of an usher in our usual section. I was pleased with the customer service, at least the lip service ::wry grin::
On Saturday, I went to see the yarn bombing to which I had contributed several pieces over the winter. Then, on Saturday evening, I watched BULL DURHAM with our visiting Carolina relatives. I haven’t seen the whole movie in a long time, and I was surprised by a couple of things — how much baseball I’ve learned since the last time I saw it, and how utterly unquotable-in-a-family-blog most of the dialog is. I think it’d be about a one-hour movie on TV, once they deleted all the lines they couldn’t satisfactorily bleep…
I’m reeling a bit from the discovery that this is a Monday, and it’s time for me to head to work. Nevertheless, it’s Writing Day, so I’d better settle down and get my words in – 5000 is today’s target!
So? Did anyone have a more exciting weekend than mine? (I like to give you easy assignments, once in a while )Read More