>Opening Day

>Today was opening day, and Coach Dave and his Mets were great! I didn’t get to take too many pictures, because my fingers were frozen. But I promise more as the season progresses, and the temperature rises above the point where people are getting their sleeping bags out of the car and huddling together for warmth. Dave was mentioning the other day, that I rarely blog about Luke, who can read, and knows about my blog, but I often blog about Jack. The thing is, Jack turned green today after… wait – this is about Luke. Luke is a great kid, who is easy going, easy to get along with, happy, smart, and fun. He’s fun to be around and I am proud of who he is. And I love when Jack does or says something ridiculous, and I can just look at Luke and see him rolling his eyes. Today during the tantrum of the millennium, Luke tried to make Jack laugh. Long story short, Luke is so great, he’s not great blog fodder. Plus, I get the distinct impression that he would not be happy if I made fun of him on my blog, by calling him by today’s nickname: Ankles. Who knew he would grow 3 inches since last summer? All I know is, if he were Jack he’d be saying, “Who has 2 thumbs and needs bigger cleats and longer baseball pants? This guy!”


3 thoughts on “>Opening Day

  1. jack

    >75 years ago, my mother's generation called them "pedal pushers". 50 Years ago, we called them "clam diggers". Now I guess they call them baseball pants….

  2. jack

    >Enough…. I declare a moratorium on discussion of Luke's uniform. To paraphrase that guy, "leave 'Ankles' alone!" I'm sure those pants will come back in style………………………………………….someday.

  3. Laura M

    >Luke, she talks about you ALL the time at work! I know you have received a letter from a famous author, I know you write books and play with legos and are good at sports, for instance.

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