It's long overdue so I give to you another:
FOR WHAT IT'S WORTH
One week till opening day in the Bronx, Wells vs. The Big Unit in the Bronx. Go Sox!
One warm spring nights I sit and ponder what the heck keeps MJ employed as the head baseball coach, good enough to be good, but never good enough to make the final dance and horrid player management. It's like going to the prom, much ado about nothing except a lot of hype.
I went to Austin recently, went to 6th St. 6th Street is the Thayer St. of Austin....I saw stuff I didn't want to see nor do I care to see again.
I recently picked up W.P. Kinsella's Shoeless Joe, the book that they based "Field of Dreams" on, I look forward to reading it.
My NCAA bracket looks like a red pen broke on it, how about yours?
Speaking of the NCAA tourney, I saw Kentucky fans, Duke fans, and Michigan St. fans in Austin...sadly all that blue and green was not enough to make all the burnt orange not stand out.
Mrs. Clinton will be delivering the commencement address at RPI this spring, Billary seems to have strong ties to that school....make me want to puke. That couple couldn't lead a monkey to a banana raffle.
Is the American public stupid enough to think that politicians actually are moving to the middle because they want to during an election year/build up to a campaign?
The Terri Shiavo situation is sad on all fronts. Pray God's will be done, for the will of men is bent against the Almighty and ignores the teachings of Providence.
On that note, we are citizen's of the United States second, citizen's of Christ's Church first and always.
Sunny days are here, baseball season is rolling, the Sox will be opening soon, it's March in Texas and can't be beat.
Amos Lee can sing and has somehow managed to put into song, the words I would like to put there, but alas I can only ramble in poetry, song writing is not a skile of mine.
Sox v. Yankees Case No. 2005 Opening Arguments Schedules for April 3rd, final ruling expceted in October 2005.
There come moments that change a person's outlook on things, change the way the think and feel on certain things. We know not when these moments will occurr or just how their effects will affect our lives. What we can be certain of though, is that they will happen and we will be better because of it. Things once viewed as simple become quite complicated, that much I know. Life was simpler when I just had to worry about getting to baseball practice after school, however I would not go back, I rather like the challenges and issues presented me in the present. My only prayer is that the solutions would be just as simple as the forgone era.
"The time to take counsel of your fears is before you make an important battle decision. That's the time to listen to every fear you can imagine. When you have collected all the facts and fears and made your decision, turn off all your fears and go ahead." Gen. George S. Patton