Tomorrow I am scheduled to work a JV game at Paulding, which I have already given to Sam, who is also working in the Defiance area, at Tinora tonight, with Garry's Crew in a key GMC game....I am still schedule to umpire Fall Baseball tomorrow afternoon, that is less strain on my legs and heel...hopefully at least. Sunday Sam and I work a youth double here in Celina, and by the time that is over, I should be able to tell if I will need to dump more games next week....I am guessing I will probably need to.
From the Time Flies Department......
Back in late July I passed five years of typing out this blog....popping out a new one some 5 days or so a week, usually taking the weekends off. At that time I decided to cut back, and have since been producing about 3 blogs per week. Things had gotten stale, and I was typing out mostly mundane daily diaries, and frankly didn't like it one bit.
Looking back on the five plus years, things in the blogging world have changed since I started out with this crude but honest effort:
July 27, 2007....boy have things changed since I started....
Sarge, my fellow Vietnam Veteran has passed on, early this year his battle with cancer was finally lost, Lin, who lost her husband has stopped blogging, but remains in contact via e-mail from New Mexico. Mushy, another VSPA Air Force Sky Cop and FHB both still blog, but not in the numbers they once did, same goes for Shrinky, The Hermit dropped out of site, being the mountain man he was, he saw the Government behind every rock, and he may have been right. Bruno still writes on occasion, but the only one who jots down daily bits and pieces is Buck, who still lives in New Mexico, and continues to blog just about every day.
Enjoy the Weekend...back later>>>>
Photos-Not many Summer Photos of Grand Lake to take this year....Fall is in the Air for sure. (2) From the 1980s at Newse7en Cable, where I pulled News Anchor and Sports play-by-play, my only sojourn into TV work..(3).aging "gracefully"? And (4) after working in wet conditions last night, then downing a few "Seasonal Brews", I feel this morning much like Ted Kennedy did most mornings....and I sure the Hell don't like it.