Title, title, who needs a title?

Is everything worth having a title? Do all of my blogs
really need to have a title? I’m thinking I don’t always have to come up with a
title. I can just write, you can read, and it doesn’t have to be titled.

Now that we have that out of the way…

I’m not a huge football fan, but I do enjoy watching the playoffs. And
boy-oh-boy, so far this year they have been serious duds. There has only been one
really good game (Chargers vs. Jets) and even that one wasn’t that good.
All I care about is something fun to watch. Wait, there was one high scoring,
close game right? Oh yes, the Cardinals and Saints from the opening weekend. I
missed most of that due to my Sunday night bowling league.

Speaking of the bowling league, I’m in a horrible slump. We’re talking a
three-week, not holding up my end of the bargain, slump. Emily Winslow and Mac
Simmons are on my team and well, I’ve failed them miserably the past three
weeks. Consequently, we’ve only won two games out of the last 12. Ouch. We have gone from second place in our league to seventh.

In less than eleven weeks, the players will be arriving from spring training. Does eleven weeks sound far off? It isn’t. It may be to you, but it
isn’t to us. The time is going to fly by, that’s for sure. I was telling one of
the interns today that once the Super Bowl is over time really starts to roll
along at a pace that is too quick.

Speaking of the Super Bowl, we’re down to two teams in the NFC that have not
won a Super Bowl and two teams in the AFC that have won a combined three Super
Bowls including Super Bowl III when they played one another.  Sounding
like a broken record (can you really sound like a broken CD?), all I want this
weekend is two interesting games. For those of us that work Monday through Friday, Sunday night is the end of the weekend. So ending the weekend with dud games just stinks. But you’re not reading this blog for football reasons, right? (okay, who knows why you’re one of the few people reading this)

This time of year much of the baseball talk is centered around contracts. How many of you baseball fans out there have a baseball conversation that has nothing to do with contracts? I am probably in the minority, but I could care less about contracts. Teams are going to spend money on players, so I want my favorite team to go out and get the best players they can and leave it at that. I don’t worry about what my favorite restaurant pays their chef, so why should I care what my favorite baseball team pays their right fielder?

Where was I going with this blog and not having a title? Who knows…

I think it’s time I move along to a construction update, don’t you? The boardwalk extension from the main seating structure out to the left field boardwalk started this week. Most, if not all, of the concrete has been poured in the areas that are going to have concrete. The roof is nearly complete, with just one area where the metal has not been attached to the roof. Overall, the construction is still moving along nicely.

That’s it for now. I’ll have more football to talk about next week, yippee! And I promise I’ll have a title!

1 Comment

I think you mean Cardinals and the Packers as the opening weekend High Scoring game. I do agree though the playoffs games have been for the most part uneventful up to this point.

On a separate note the bowling team The Senovations that consists of Kevin Kulp (Team President), Aaron Margolis (Director of Game Day Operations), and Andy Brooks (Director of Electronic Marketing) have been on a hot streak as of late. Including a four game sweep of Terry’s team a few weeks ago.

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