Braves vs. Yankee and Other Stuff

So I just got back from the Yankee game about half an hour ago.  It was the first time I’ve ever seen the Yankees play in person which was really exciting.  I spent 11 years living only about half an hour from New York City and the first time I see the Yankees plan is at Turner field.  Does anyone else find this to be ironic?  As I had expected, Wang only pitched okay.  He earned another start most likely, but I would have much rather have seen Hughes start to be honest.  I left before he let up the homer, but his fastball was coming in around 95-96.  Looking at the box score, I am curious looking at how low the pitch count was for Wang.  Probably could have left him in longer, but I guess that is all in hindsight.

So today at work was interesting.  One of my campers believes that at 13 o’clock it is time to get the clock fixed, which I tend to agree with.  Today felt much hotter than it really was which was frustrating.  I think part of it was because I didn’t have a swimsuit and thus didn’t go swimming.  My unit head allowed me to take a break today which was quite relaxing, even if it was only 10 minutes.  I really needed one, it was perfect timing.  In singing, I think we decided that next week that my group will learn Wonderwall by Oasis and perform it at shabbat.  Hopefully this time we actually do it unlike the epic fail that was “I’m On a Boat“.  Tomorrow I am hoping to meet with my color war team mates to discuss our theme and all that other jazz.  We got to make sure we are as prepared as possible.

I will be waking up early tomorrow to be ready for super-hero day, but I won’t be the only one up.  Tomorrow my mom is going to the doctor to have a biopsy done.  I’m a little nervous, because this summer has already been a little rough to say the very least, but I am confident that things will go okay.  Things can’t get a whole lot worse the way I see it.

This part of the blog is more or less of a thank you.  Thank you readers for taking the time everyday or at least sometimes to delve into my life.  This is all about my ups and downs, success and failure, and I want to share that with the world.  I am just an average college student, but my blog allows me to show you what it is really like more than any other form of media to me.  This is straight from me, sometimes toned down a little, because I wait for things to settle within me before I write.  If I wrote every time I had a feeling or anything, there would be hundreds and hundreds of entries and all of you would most likely want to kill me.  Anyways, thanks for reading and I hope you continue to enjoy my blog!


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