almosthonest: (sf giants: buster posey)
A very late night post just to gush about baseball a bit. As most people know, I was born and raised a San Francisco Giants fan. I will always be a Giants fan, no matter what they do in a season. HOWEVER, this season has been absolutely incredible. Not only did we win the National League West, but the NL Division Series, then the NL Championship Series (beat THAT, Philly!), and we're now in the World Series, up 2 games to 1 vs. the Texas Rangers. Gah! We kicked their butts in SF, and now we're gonna bring it all home. Seriously.

I don't even think I could gush enough about my boys. From Timmy to Matt Cain, to Buster Posey(see icon), to Aubrey Huff, to Cody Ross (the Boss!!). And then my Aaron...oh, my beloved Aaron. He may have struggled this season, but when it matters, the man comes to freakin' play. Which leads me into the next thing...

The Dad and I actually went to Game 2 of the World Series in San Francisco last Thursday night. And I swear, it was the most amazing experience of my life! We had awesome, upper lever seats, surrounded by awesome other fans. We got to see Lady Antebellum perform the National Anthem, a home run by Edgar Renteria, and the Giants take the Rangers bullpen for a freakin' ride in the 8th inning. We scored 7 runs that inning, leading us to an eventual 9-0 win. We sang along with Steve Perry (who was there in the crowd, leading everyone in song), and generally had THE most amazing time. Plus, my Aaron hit a huge two out, two run stand-up triple. I may have lost my voice screaming for him in that moment. Seriously. Matt Cain is a freakin' workhorse (and I adore him), and the boys were just terrific.

I really can't get over that we got to go to a WS game. I will never, ever forget it, and I get a little teary just thinking about the whole experience, especially that I got to go with my dad, who raised me to be this Giants fanatic. Heh.

So here's to my favorite boys...regardless of what happens the rest of the Series, I am so proud to be a fan of these guys, the best group of misfits ever. Lovelovelove!
almosthonest: (sf giants: buster posey)
A very late night post just to gush about baseball a bit. As most people know, I was born and raised a San Francisco Giants fan. I will always be a Giants fan, no matter what they do in a season. HOWEVER, this season has been absolutely incredible. Not only did we win the National League West, but the NL Division Series, then the NL Championship Series (beat THAT, Philly!), and we're now in the World Series, up 2 games to 1 vs. the Texas Rangers. Gah! We kicked their butts in SF, and now we're gonna bring it all home. Seriously.

I don't even think I could gush enough about my boys. From Timmy to Matt Cain, to Buster Posey(see icon), to Aubrey Huff, to Cody Ross (the Boss!!). And then my Aaron...oh, my beloved Aaron. He may have struggled this season, but when it matters, the man comes to freakin' play. Which leads me into the next thing...

The Dad and I actually went to Game 2 of the World Series in San Francisco last Thursday night. And I swear, it was the most amazing experience of my life! We had awesome, upper lever seats, surrounded by awesome other fans. We got to see Lady Antebellum perform the National Anthem, a home run by Edgar Renteria, and the Giants take the Rangers bullpen for a freakin' ride in the 8th inning. We scored 7 runs that inning, leading us to an eventual 9-0 win. We sang along with Steve Perry (who was there in the crowd, leading everyone in song), and generally had THE most amazing time. Plus, my Aaron hit a huge two out, two run stand-up triple. I may have lost my voice screaming for him in that moment. Seriously. Matt Cain is a freakin' workhorse (and I adore him), and the boys were just terrific.

I really can't get over that we got to go to a WS game. I will never, ever forget it, and I get a little teary just thinking about the whole experience, especially that I got to go with my dad, who raised me to be this Giants fanatic. Heh.

So here's to my favorite boys...regardless of what happens the rest of the Series, I am so proud to be a fan of these guys, the best group of misfits ever. Lovelovelove!
almosthonest: (sf giants: buster posey)
A very late night post just to gush about baseball a bit. As most people know, I was born and raised a San Francisco Giants fan. I will always be a Giants fan, no matter what they do in a season. HOWEVER, this season has been absolutely incredible. Not only did we win the National League West, but the NL Division Series, then the NL Championship Series (beat THAT, Philly!), and we're now in the World Series, up 2 games to 1 vs. the Texas Rangers. Gah! We kicked their butts in SF, and now we're gonna bring it all home. Seriously.

I don't even think I could gush enough about my boys. From Timmy to Matt Cain, to Buster Posey(see icon), to Aubrey Huff, to Cody Ross (the Boss!!). And then my Aaron...oh, my beloved Aaron. He may have struggled this season, but when it matters, the man comes to freakin' play. Which leads me into the next thing...

The Dad and I actually went to Game 2 of the World Series in San Francisco last Thursday night. And I swear, it was the most amazing experience of my life! We had awesome, upper lever seats, surrounded by awesome other fans. We got to see Lady Antebellum perform the National Anthem, a home run by Edgar Renteria, and the Giants take the Rangers bullpen for a freakin' ride in the 8th inning. We scored 7 runs that inning, leading us to an eventual 9-0 win. We sang along with Steve Perry (who was there in the crowd, leading everyone in song), and generally had THE most amazing time. Plus, my Aaron hit a huge two out, two run stand-up triple. I may have lost my voice screaming for him in that moment. Seriously. Matt Cain is a freakin' workhorse (and I adore him), and the boys were just terrific.

I really can't get over that we got to go to a WS game. I will never, ever forget it, and I get a little teary just thinking about the whole experience, especially that I got to go with my dad, who raised me to be this Giants fanatic. Heh.

So here's to my favorite boys...regardless of what happens the rest of the Series, I am so proud to be a fan of these guys, the best group of misfits ever. Lovelovelove!
almosthonest: (timmy smile)
Going out of state starting tomorrow and through Sunday. Rachael and I are driving up to Oregon to house hunt for her and her family, and possibly job hunt for me. So yeah--it's going to be a long three days. A lot of driving. Haha. But it should be a good time, and at least it is good company! There will be a lot of snark going on the car tomorrow. Heh.

If anyone needs to reach me, the easiest way will be to text my cell. Feel free to do so if you want!

Also--the CMA's last night? Some good, some bad. My two big highlights? Or wait--three: 1) Lady A---they are so fantastic and I am a proud fan. Charles, Hillary and Dave sounded great and absolutely without a doubt deserved their award! 2) Keith Urban performing "Sweet Thing" for the first time--he was incredible as always and got the standing ovation. He and Nicole looked so wonderful and it is so good to see them both smile. And 3) Brad Paisley going over to start hugging Keith before his wife Kim! Ahahaha...that made me (and Keith and Nicole) laugh so hard! Overall the awards were a little disappointing for me, but hey, there's always next year.

The mom and I are going shopping today and going to pick up a new cable box for her, and it should be a nice day.

Again, if anyone needs to reach me, a text will probably be the best way!

Have a good weekend!

(and this is a sort of GIP. My Timmy smiles! Yay!)
almosthonest: (timmy smile)
Going out of state starting tomorrow and through Sunday. Rachael and I are driving up to Oregon to house hunt for her and her family, and possibly job hunt for me. So yeah--it's going to be a long three days. A lot of driving. Haha. But it should be a good time, and at least it is good company! There will be a lot of snark going on the car tomorrow. Heh.

If anyone needs to reach me, the easiest way will be to text my cell. Feel free to do so if you want!

Also--the CMA's last night? Some good, some bad. My two big highlights? Or wait--three: 1) Lady A---they are so fantastic and I am a proud fan. Charles, Hillary and Dave sounded great and absolutely without a doubt deserved their award! 2) Keith Urban performing "Sweet Thing" for the first time--he was incredible as always and got the standing ovation. He and Nicole looked so wonderful and it is so good to see them both smile. And 3) Brad Paisley going over to start hugging Keith before his wife Kim! Ahahaha...that made me (and Keith and Nicole) laugh so hard! Overall the awards were a little disappointing for me, but hey, there's always next year.

The mom and I are going shopping today and going to pick up a new cable box for her, and it should be a nice day.

Again, if anyone needs to reach me, a text will probably be the best way!

Have a good weekend!

(and this is a sort of GIP. My Timmy smiles! Yay!)
almosthonest: (timmy smile)
Going out of state starting tomorrow and through Sunday. Rachael and I are driving up to Oregon to house hunt for her and her family, and possibly job hunt for me. So yeah--it's going to be a long three days. A lot of driving. Haha. But it should be a good time, and at least it is good company! There will be a lot of snark going on the car tomorrow. Heh.

If anyone needs to reach me, the easiest way will be to text my cell. Feel free to do so if you want!

Also--the CMA's last night? Some good, some bad. My two big highlights? Or wait--three: 1) Lady A---they are so fantastic and I am a proud fan. Charles, Hillary and Dave sounded great and absolutely without a doubt deserved their award! 2) Keith Urban performing "Sweet Thing" for the first time--he was incredible as always and got the standing ovation. He and Nicole looked so wonderful and it is so good to see them both smile. And 3) Brad Paisley going over to start hugging Keith before his wife Kim! Ahahaha...that made me (and Keith and Nicole) laugh so hard! Overall the awards were a little disappointing for me, but hey, there's always next year.

The mom and I are going shopping today and going to pick up a new cable box for her, and it should be a nice day.

Again, if anyone needs to reach me, a text will probably be the best way!

Have a good weekend!

(and this is a sort of GIP. My Timmy smiles! Yay!)

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