Yes I know it's been while since my webpage has been updated. And I've been meaning to get around to that, along with everything else.
But I have this deadline you see. One that's way back in the past. And another one coming up in November.
What is it about deadlines that sap all the creative juices from the body? It's as if as soon as I realize the book must be done the mind rebels. I don't want to write! I want to shop on-line. I want to read emails. I want to surf the net! I want to play games!
Must stay on track! NO NO NO!
Now we have this moving thing going on. Yes, we've bought a new house and yes I have my very own office with a window. And a very large house payment. Which means I better get the books written so I can get paid.
But I have all this packing to do. And a deadline for moving.
I want to watch a movie. I want to go shopping. I want to hang out with my friends.
Must stay on track! No NO NO!
Friday, June 09, 2006
I love baseball. It could be because my entire life has pretty much been about baseball. My dad played in the pro's. My husband played on three teams the year we got married. Both of my son's played since T-ball. I think I have probably spent half my live on the baseball field. But now I'm really excited about the game. This is Gib. He got drafted by the Giants! He's in the freakin majors! He left this morning for AZ and then he's off to Oregon to play.
Drew was Gib's catcher in high school. They were undefeated when they worked together. They are also buds off the field too. Not only that but Gib's parents are some of our dearest friends. We've known them since the boys were in kindergarten. That's a long time in baseball years.
It takes an amazing amount of talent to take you to the next level. But it also takes an amazing amount of dedication to the game. You have to want it but you also have to work for it. Gib has sucessfully met each challenge that came his way in making himself a better pitcher and elevating his game. He had his eye on a goal and he went for it and made his dream come true. There is no doubt in my mind that he will be in the show soon and we will be cheering him on. Geee-hob!
Now I must watch Bull Durham. And Major League. And all those other wonderful baseball movies. After that I will probably work on my baseball story, Blocking The Plate.
Woohoo Gib. Go Giants!