So I may have mentioned this before, but I may have not. In the summer I play on a co-ed baseball team with my husband. We started playing last year and I actually ended up on two teams. Now in the winter I curl with some of my same friends from baseball.
Summer = baseball
Winter = curling
However, this year I am really not into baseball and here's why (in case you were actually interested and haven't stopped reading at this point); last year baseball ended and we have one week off before curling started. This year curling ended and we had maybe two weeks off before baseball started. I want my winter sports to be the in winter and my summer sports to be in the summer. I want the fall and spring to recuperate on my couch. I am feeling UBER-lazy lately. I have no ambition to really do much of anything, except maybe sleep. A case of the spring blahs, the "I teach Grade 8 blues"? Who knows. But I kind of miss me and wish I could get interested in something.
I...gasp...haven't even read anything in a few days!!! No books, either. You know things are topsy turvy when I haven't been reading.
But to make a long story short, I am going to drag my *%$ to baseball tonight, I am going to hang out with my friends, and I am going to try and enjoy it. Why? Because I can. And who am I to complain really, so many people out there have it much worse than me. If having to go play recreational baseball is my biggest problem things must be doing okay.
And now I am going to end this rambling post about random nothingness and let you all get back to your lives. I have sucked you into my vortex of blah long enough.
PS- I thought of a few new things to add to my 101 Things list
- get a library card and go at least once a month (I used to go all the time as a kid)
- organize our video/DVD library
- donate/lend money to a micro-financing organization like KIVA
- learn how to make a pie shell
(Here are some things I like that are the top 101 things from the website)
- take a picture everyday for 365 days
- donate blood
- write a letter to myself to open in 10 years