Bought several PawSox tickets today BECAUSE my mother got a postcard from them in the mail today that encouraged her to log on to her personal web page to win a chance to throw out a first pitch. So let's say that Wendall Wilkie got a postcard... he would log onto www.wendallwilkie.com/pawsox. But then you have to buy tickets at a discounted price and in order to get that price you need to buy at least ten box seats and when you add the service charge, your $100 tickets cost a paltry $98. But whatever, I am going to buy those tickets anyway. I may as well save the deuce. And I'm locked in for those games. YES.

I was going to attend the game tomorrow night but looks like that is not going to happen. I know everyone's mad about the rain and the baseball schedule getting all kinds of messed up but isn't it the greatest? Like when you get a foot of snow dumped on you. There are still some things that cannot be stalled, intercepted, rerouted, altered, or manipulated. Learn to love the monkey wrench.

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