Two Shannons and a Feeble Mind
Hey, My Minds on Hockey!
So I met Shannon (first name) a few evenings ago. Was supposed to e-mail about Ireland (I'm planning a trip) and a couple of other things. Despite having a pen and pad in my pocket (I realized later) I tried to memorize an e-mail: that lasted about nine minutes.
The next day I was supposed to call Shannon (last name) about a project down the road a bit. Yeah, I forgot. I think I might be a little overextended at the moment.
Needless to say, the e-mail and the phone call are a couple days late, and counting. At least I know the phone number.
I'm getting a lot of things done, I just want to get it all done. I write things down, I just write things down in too many places. I'd like to jot down my schedule for you, but our brains might explode. I need personal assistance.
Oh well, at least it's fun. Even when I am forgetting things.
Mother Nature Working Against Me
Today is Tuesday. I've been convinced all day it's Saturday. Plus, it's like spring outside. Weren't we watching an outdoor hockey game in Buffalo about a week ago, it was snowing, and sleeting and blowing. What happened to all that? No wonder I'm confused.
By the way, it was a great show, I'm on board with the rest of you. Let's bring an outdoor game to Boston. I like the Fenway idea. Less seats, but boy what an atmosphere.
Let's wait a little bit though - we don't want to kill the uniqueness by playing one of these things every year. Every other year works!
I was joking with Coach Julien the other day that if the winning streak (now 3 games) continues, I'll do what I can to help his team by living by old baseball superstitions. By like, maybe not changing my socks. We agreed that probably wasn't a good idea. Good feeling about this one tonight though. We'll see.
Enjoy the hockey. Temperature needs to drop about 30 degrees. I'm ready to play some pond hockey!
By the way, if you request items, or responses to your e-mails when you click on the "e-mail a response" thing, make sure you put your mailing address, or e-mail address in the body of the note, or I won't see it. Thank you. All the best.