Saturday, November 05, 2005

For all 8 of you that read my two posts, Thank You. It has been a hectic few months for me with playing ball and now that I am in the off season I finally remembered that I had this thing to “vent”. I had a lot of time to reflect on what this season brought me and where I will be going from here. At this point I have no clue where I am going and what is going on in my “career”.

thoughtful idiot linked my blog to his and I would like to thank him for that. I’ve been bored and lazy lately and decided it’s about time I did something constructive with my days besides work out and go out with friends. (That wasn’t meant to me a poor me comment like Tom Brady complaining that after his 3 Super Bowl Rings, 2 MVP’s and having a body any Chelsea boy would drool over, he’s left to ponder if he can do anything else in life.) Ok, nice rant… moving on.

I am home now in the Northeast and enjoying the weather. After the season was over I decided to go and stay with my buddy Ryan in New Jersey. We definitely had a good time going out, hitting New York City and working out at a sports facility that specializes in “professional athletes”. I consider myself far from professional, but apparently I am. Now I am hanging out at my Parents house through the holidays and then I head to a winter league (maybe) I wanted to write this “welcome back post” before writing some reflections about the season and everything else that happened to me since the last post. So Welcome back, tell your friends and know I will be checking this often.

1 comment:

thoughtful idiot said...

Welcome back. Looking forward to your posts.

This season can indeed be wonderful in the northeast. Honestly the best time for the area.

I lived in Boston for almost 6 years, and besides the HUGE number of things to look at, the thing I miss the most in the fall and the real change of seasons.

Hope you had a good season overall. While both of the teams that I follow (the Red Sox, of course and the Nats.) didn't make it all the way -- I admit that it was awaesome to watch the White Sox, after all these years, make it to the Series and win. There is hope for the underdogs of life.

Keep the faith, have fun, and again, look forward to future posts.