baseball season

April 5, 2010

newyork{tree in new york}.flwoer{tree outside my window}.

hope you all had a lovely weekend {many thanks for all of your sweet comments regarding my new coif}. mine was full of lots and lots of beautiful things that i will hopefully eventually share with you here, but truth be told, the weekend chez nous was a little tough. we got to spend time with my family and with my dear uncle ralph who has been fighting so very hard. seeing him so sick isn’t easy for anyone.
 
but in the spirit of springtime and sports enthusiasts as devoted as my uncle: a link to a friend’s new baseball blog. she’s embarked on a project to watch every.single.game. of the 2010 red sox season and to become a baseball aficionado in the process. while the team of choice is definitely not the same as my uncle’s (sorry guy), i thought it only fitting to do a little sports post in his honor. and because seriously, anyone crazy enough to watch every.single.game. of a baseball season, deserves a little recognition.
 
p.s. posts include photos of babies in baseball hats. can you resist?

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5 Comments

  • Reply Linda Zimmerman April 5, 2010 at 10:23 pm

    geezzzz, who doesn't watch every baseball game in a season?

  • Reply Char April 6, 2010 at 1:50 am

    i have a friend that is a major yankees fan. me, i only like to go to games so i can see the cute guys and have great hot dogs. 🙂

  • Reply Alli Reilly April 6, 2010 at 2:31 am

    Thanks Er- that was so kind!

  • Reply cindy April 6, 2010 at 6:21 pm

    i'm sorry about your uncle ralph. i'm sure seeing you made him feel better. i used to love baseball. i live in ny and was even a red sox fan. loved the underdog at the time, but the curse has been broken ;).

  • Reply Aron April 8, 2010 at 5:01 pm

    This weekend we took about 10,000 photos and swore to stop taking pics of flowers. Then yesterday, we just couldn't help ourselves

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