It’s my home away from home

It’s like taking a deep and calming breath and knowing that you’re back where you belong and doing what you want. Finding yourself right back into the place where you used to be. It’s being home. Yes, MLBlogs, I have missed you so. Spring training’s been under way for quite some time, people have been blogging excessively about the things going on, and I swear, it’s impossible to catch up. You need to have quite the amount of extra time or you won’t have time to read everything. That’s a little bit where I am now. I’d like to read everything that’s been going on, but I feel like I have so many things to say and yet, I can’t think of something to talk about.

The first thing I’d like to say, is OH MY GOSH!!! DID YOU SEE MY LATEST COMMENT ON #47?!?! Joe Koshansky’s father in law commented on MY blog!!! If you happen upon this again, I thank you so much for stopping by. It means worlds to me, in all honesty. I would love to see you at a game some day and maybe… cough… an autograph… cough. Just kidding. Anyway, I saw someone commented on it and I was like, “who is this?” and then… I saw!!! Oh man, it was amazing.

Anyway, I have to make this a short entry. I’ve been running around crazy busy so I’ve had NO time to watch MLB Network. It’s been killer, but hopefully the ends justifies the means. I’ve been attending bartending school and, I’d like to say that I feel like a natural. I might not be, but I’m doing pretty well in it. I thought in these hard economic times, what place would be hiring but a bar? So, we’ll see how that works out. Anyway, I wanted to let you all know that I’m alive and that I’ve been missing MLBlogs dearly and I’ll be back soon!

Oh! And thank you all so much for making me #28!! Perhaps I’ll write an entry for Aaron Cook when I get a little more time!!!



  1. junojen

    Congrats on your ranking and SUPER congrats on #47’s FIL commenting on your blog. That is awesome! I read his comment and that was a very moving thing for him to say. I am going to keep my eye on #47 even though I am not a Rockies follower.
    And good luck with bartending school. I did that a few years ago as a backup plan in case I ever got laid off. I was living in South Florida at the time. You would be surprised at the money you can make at private functions – tending bar for private parties or special events. Those are much easier gigs and the tips are GREAT.
    Have fun!

  2. raysrenegade

    Congrats on # 47.
    Hey, by the way, there is nothing wrong with working in a bar. You get to have a bit of fun while you are working. When does a policeman get to flirt with a customer, or even have a drink after work…………not very often. And people leave you extra money if you are nice…………bonus kudos.

    Worst things in the world than working in a bar, you could be Manny Ramirez;s realtor trying to unload his Boston condo for $ 8.5 million. I heard it has a over $ 6,000 condo fee per month!!!

    Rays Renegade

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