Eight Hundred and Fifty Five Miles. Forty Six Hours. One City. Our goal was clear. AT&T Park, San Francisco, California. Boston Red Sox versus San Francisco Giants. Monday, August 19. Sandra and I had talked about driving up to see a game for some time, but had just never done it. You know how life … Continue reading AT&T Park, San Francisco, CA. | A Micro-Adventure
What the hell is happening to the world? I asked myself this very question this morning. I asked myself this very question last week when I heard about the bombings in Boston. The news online has been rife with stories. All week we were engaged with tales of woe and headlines filled with few answers, … Continue reading How Can I Hurt When I’m With You?
In 1953, Ted Williams had a batting average of .407 for the Boston Red Sox. In his career he hit for .400 in a season three times. He is the last person to have hit over .400 for a season, an amazing feat. But think about it. For that season, he FAILED about six out … Continue reading Keep Playing the Game | The Splendid Splinter