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... and I decided four rows back right behind home plate looked like the place to be. Ten minutes later the game was over. The final 5 outs were completed in 10 pitches (if we don't count the four for an intentional walk). But that ten minutes was entertaining. From the thrill of being among the approximately 200 people left watching the game, to the seats we were in to the good natured heckling of the opposing pitcher.it was a fun few minutes. ...
... to mindlessly step into the cavernous plastic bin that lay closest to the door. I managed to pull her away, but it wasn't easy. She was literally being sucked into the bin as if there was a super-powered vacuum at the bottom. The voices deep inside the cave underneath the floor were relentless now; loud, booming and absolutely evil. After a brief struggle I pulled her away and we both fell into the hallway and onto the floor directly outside of my apartment. We barely managed to ...
... things the right way.
Years later I was back in Maryland and still working the computer tech grind and still hating my job with a bitter, bitter hate. 2008 had arrived early somehow, and it was freezing cold outside. I woke up every winter's day to the God-forsaken piercing shrill of my cell phone's morning alarm. There is nothing worse than the feeling of helplessness and despair that accompanies realizing the necessity of shaking yourself free from ...
I was up again early this morning, my body clock's still out of sync but I'm starting to feel the pinch now. I made a pot of coffee and that seemed to work with getting the others out of bed.
We headed off to Miss Shirley's for brekky this morning - eggs, turkey sausage, hash browns and a biscuit. After brekky we headed off to pick up the ...
... building. It was fun seeing the historical senate and house rooms, and learning about some of the traditions in various areas of the building as well. There is a compass rose in the center of the building that apparently stood as the key to city planning, that was cool. Other neat things like an area where each president walks through and "pauses" on his way to be inaugurated.
After our tour we had lunch in the ...