Feels Like the First Time

Last night in what felt like the first time in forever, the kid and I ventured out to mingle with the masses in the most public way possible: at a baseball game. Surprisingly it wasn’t at Dodger Stadium as it usually is. This time, we drove those short 13 miles down to Anaheim Stadium to … Continue reading Feels Like the First Time

Vin Scully Avenue on Google Maps

Vin Scully. The Los Angeles Dodgers. Pretty much one in the same. Scully has been the voice of the Dodgers since 1950 or, if you’re keeping score at home, a whopping 66 years.* He’s been graced with just about every broadcasting award you can think of and is a member of the Hall of Fame—deservedly … Continue reading Vin Scully Avenue on Google Maps

Goodnight, Mr. Padre

I’ve made it to this point in my life admiring only a handful of people from different walks of life. It’s worth noting that, for some reason or another, none of them are musicians and even fewer are athletes. In fact, there’s really only one athlete that I can recall as being someone I looked … Continue reading Goodnight, Mr. Padre

What I Want for Christmas

If you were a baseball fan in the '70s then chances are you know about Oscar Gamble. Back then, Gamble had one of the most blown-out afros you've ever seen. I mean, it was tremendously huge but don't take my word for it. Just click here to get an idea. Sure, there were others like … Continue reading What I Want for Christmas

At the Ballpark

We drove down to San Diego to watch the Dodgers play the Padres. All I can say is that this is a beautiful ballpark. Gonna go check things out in a few. This was part of an event held by the University of Phoenix Alumni Association of which Ann is a member. Aside from gas … Continue reading At the Ballpark