Sometimes I do get out…

be alert

Went to the Red Sox game last night. Sat in the owner’s box right next to the dugout, apparently a very dangerous place to be. My niece sat next to 2004 World Series demi-god Curt Schilling for a good part of the evening (I reminded her that he is a Bush supporter lest it go to her head). Daisuke Matsuzaka pitched 8 innings, giving up no runs and only 4 hits and striking out 9 to earn part of his $103 million salary.

It was a truly All-American way to kick off the July 4th holiday. I think my pictures will speak louder than anything I can say.

Fenway

Dice-K

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Manny

Yes, Manny is my favorite. Just look at those puppy-dog eyes.

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3 Comments to “Sometimes I do get out…”

  1. Love those puppy dog eyes. Can I use the Gemma photo for a portrait?
    BE ALERT reminded me of last summer in Seattle. Happy they played well this time. Can you believe I forgot that today was 4th of July? We will be eating hamburgers tomorrow to make up for it.

  2. You’re such a beacon of hope for single girls like myself. I’m slowly inching to 30 (in a week to be precise) and have had paranoid attacks of being the proverbial old maid, and then I find blogs of happy single girls like yourself and I’m happy and content with my life all over again…:)
    Thanks!
    I also wondered about your animal love-I share it too and wondered if you are a vegetarian/vegan?
    Love your pets-I crave one for myself though that will hve to wait for now…

    • I’m 50 now, and it all just keeps getting better :) As long as you have people to love (friends, family, maybe the occasional fling although it gets less and less appealing) and you are happy to wake up in the morning, it’s all good! I love my pets too, they are a whole different dimension to human relationships, but just as good if not better. They are a lot of work though! Just be happy with yourself, and content when you are alone, and you will always be fine! Be open to people who come along and add good things to your life, but be content in the knowledge that you don’t NEED them to make you happy. Only you can make you happy.

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