I have a theory that if you attend enough professional baseball games over a long enough period of time, eventually you are going to see and experience almost everything that the great game has to offer. I just completed my 44th season of attending Philadelphia Phillies games. I’ve seen a lot of things in person: … Continue reading The little girl who stole my ball
Jessica Liversidge was just 18 years old when she laid down to sleep in the early hours of Sunday morning, October 23rd. She never woke up. She was my niece through marriage, the only child of my wife Debbie's sister, Vickie, and Vickie's husband Joe. I had only seen Jess in person twice since she … Continue reading Meeting Jessica
Thankful For a Game?
It's Thanksgiving Day here in America, the fourth Thursday in November. It's a day where we give thanks to our God and spend time with the family and friends with whom he has blessed our lives. The day usually includes a traditional meal of turkey, stuffing, vegetables, pies, and other foods and treats. It also … Continue reading Thankful For a Game?
1981: A new beginning
All this year at my Facebook page, I have been taking a daily trip back in time to the 1980's. Each month I am highlighting a different year chronologically. This month have been featuring the music, tv, movies, and important events of 1981. You can also follow this little mini-series of articles on each year … Continue reading 1981: A new beginning
1980: Not a kid anymore
All this year at my Facebook page, which you can view from the link in the sidebar here at my website by joining up yourself and 'friend'-ing me, I am taking a daily trip back in time to the 1980's. Each month I am highlighting a different year chronologically, and this month have been featuring … Continue reading 1980: Not a kid anymore