Yeah, so… it’s not that there hasn’t been a lot going on, but conversely there has been a lot going on, so finding time to blog has been a challenge.
Good things sometimes end, and the train station coffee shop–my source of endless cups of caffeine and inspiration–closed up for good on March 10th. I don’t know what to do with myself in the morning! I read in the car until the bus rolls in, or run laps around the parking deck… yeah right! But I’ll miss the motley bunch behind the counter: Rob and Ron, Amy, Mike, Liz, Victoria, Cross, and all the rest. Mornings just aren’t the same.
There is news on the job front, and it’s good, but I’m not quite ready to get into it. Suffice it to say that if a dream can be wrangled, I’ve got a rope and endless determination.
The Olive Quickly story hit a hundred pages, so one-third of the way, more or less. And there are two hundred and fifty pages in this blog now, which isn’t bad considering it lay dormant for a while and I generally type with my thumbs on this darn phone.
Softball, the elixir of life, is about to start up again and nothing gets my blood up quite like the Church of Turf and Dirt! Each new season brings renewal and a fresh set of bumps and bruises. I wear them with pride!
Just a quick note here, I’m alive and kicking, ready to make some moves on and off the field. We’re looking forward to our half season tickets for the single-A Potomac Nationals and here’s to hoping the Caps go deep in the playoffs!