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Ah, Baseball Time...

Ok so the opener yesterday in Texas was very good for my Sox. Tonight, they are stinking it up bad. I don't even want to know how badly they're doing right now. Can I bitch once more about the trading of Mirabelli? Ok, Josh Bard could have been much worse but he doesn't even bring the offense that Doug did. The jury is still out on Mark Loretta.

Today, I helped a friend run a financial seminar for his new business. I helped check-in the guests. I was promised a nice dinner but since they ran out of food, I got nothing..Except a nice chunk of change for my trouble! Woo Hoo!

Before I go to bed, I have to say just one thing. It's all but over with that person. We talked just now as I was starting this post and she's not interested in me if I'm settling which I, unfortunately, have to admit I am. No, I don't find her drop dead gorgeous as she seemed to want in a man to which I say so what, no, the big issue for me is that I want someone who enjoys at least some things I enjoy. Oh, sure we both like to read and both like animals, oh, and we both like AFC East football teams but that's really it. I figured that just her acceptance of me as a person would be enough. Should be enough. It's not.

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JRRyan said…
ANIMALS SUCK!!! hahahaha j/k only birds, which carry disease.

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