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
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How Can I Hurt When I’m With You?
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?
Keep Playing the Game | The Splendid Splinter
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