Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Good omens; Hank Williams Sr., tomorrow

Not hard to tell how compressed a teacher's world can be. This is the longest we've gone without a fresh post. At the close of a semester, life is kind of like a freight train that hits a wall and all the cars keep rolling into each other.

Grienke has given up a run and Billy Butler has hit his first homerun, this one to right center. Those are probably both good omens for the home team. Nothing is harder on a ballplayer or a team than a streak. Both wind up with a case of hemorrhoids. And now Billy Butler has a three run double. Please, just let the fat boy hit and don't try to turn him into a swan.

I have some new things to write. Sometimes you don't get a choice about what to write and stuff doesn't come to you in quite the right form at the right time. So, you have to break the rules ... or the pattern. Something's brewing in this noodle -- might as well share.

Expect something new and different tomorrow. Let me know what you think.


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