Poetry and such like.
Shay--It's a great interview, even though baseball bores me (sorry). Your son looks like he's quite proud of his mother.
He seems to be, Sioux, but not half as proud as I am of him. :-)
That's so cool, FB! I have never heard of that game, but I could see how it could be fun. I am not quite the devotee of baseball that you are, but I do love the game. We have a new fancy schmancy stadium (Sun Trust Park) for the Atlanta Braves to play in and I don't even want to go to it - I miss the atmosphere of Atlanta Stadium (the one before the late Turner Field.) I don't think baseball games should be held somewhere so sterile and classy. :)
I agree, Lynn. That's why I love Frank Sinatra's "There Used To Be A Ballpark".
Excellent, my friend! I still don't know what APBA is, but who cares? You rock, la la mosk
Walking into Connie Mack Stadium with Dad as a small kid is a lifetime memory. See you at the ballpark. Congratulations.
I really enjoyed reading about you and your connection to APBA, Shay. I'm a baseball fan, too, so I read the article with much pleasure. And what a handsome son you have.
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