How Do You Spend the Extra Three Hours?

Let’s do a li’l poll today, shall we?

After we went on Daylight Savings, everyone asked, What are you doing with the extra hour?  But baseball fans know that after the season comes to a close, the question is, What are you going to do with extra three hours?  The three hours you would have spent listening to/watching/following with bitten nails The Game of that day.

Every year it’s different for me.  As of yet (thankfully) I have not taken up knitting or potholder weaving or anything like, but I have started to actually read things I’ve been meaning to read for… a while.

Yesterday, as I got to the end of a book, I actually found myself wondering why, after all these months, I was finally reading this book, and then realized that it is, of course, due to the offseason.  

But enough about me (okay, it’s never enough about me, but let’s just pretend it is for the time being). 

Or are you just spending a million hours a day on baseball trade rumor websites?  Because if so, I’d like to inform you that experts have concluded that is really not good for your mental health, so I suggest you cease and desist on that.  Then again, if your Twitter feed becomes overrun with boxing talk like it did for me last night, it might be the only way to stay sane.  Paradoxes, paradoxes.

Diamond Girl

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One response to “How Do You Spend the Extra Three Hours?

  1. Seedboy

    DG, in my house baseball games are the background of life most of the time. I have the news on when ball games would otherwise be on, and we leave for France this week. Enjoy.

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