Did NBC just link to my blog as a “do this, not that” for proposing to Ryan Braun? Oh yes. http://offthebench.nbcsports.com/2011/04/25/brewers-fan-flashes-her-phone-number-on-national-tv-somehow-this-backfires-video/related. I am sort of super hyper/super excited right now and I think I should be on Good Morning America as an expert or something. Just too bad that I had approximately 0 hours of sleep + strange hair in the photo, if that is going to be my claim to fame.
Anyhow. My blood pressure is lowering and I’m am now recollecting that I was at a Little League game a few hours ago and my brother’s coaches always seem to pin him as a closer. It was a save situation today that got even closer before we finally won. The phrase, “Rays Baseball: Torture!” comes to mind.
This team does have some pretty snazzy defense, though, and they are so much easier on the eyes when it comes to that than the Giants. Okay. Wow. I just got the greatest idea for a movie: It’s like Freaky Friday except it’s 12 Little Leaguers who get transported into the bodies on MLBers and vice versa. That would so great. And in this case, I think the Giants would do better with these little guys playin’ for them. That is © 2011, by the way. If you are a Hollywood big shot (getting carried away, am I?) and you want to make this, you gotta ask me and put a Meet Hayden Christensen clause in the contract.
The song quote that is stubbornly stuck in my head today is “you can go anywhere you wish/’cause I’ll be there, wherever you are” (from Technicolor Phase) and so I’m trying to overcome my groupie tendencies and not follow the Giants to PNC Park. Even though I’ve always wanted to go there. Tell me this is a bad idea. Thanks.
Aaaand that’s a wrap on my disjointed thoughts on an off day. Sweet dreams.