And just like that, baseball is back in our lives. Which means Sunday bike rides to Coors Field, staying up way too late to watch West Coast games,
too many pre-game dinners at Biker Jim’s, epic Nolan Arenado plays, night games with sunsets that I swear look purple and mainly, just having my best friend by my side and being the happiest version of myself.
It wasn’t until this weekend, after attending two games, that I realized how much more “myself” I feel when winter ends, spring arrives, it starts to get warmer and life relaxes into a more familiar pattern. And that pattern may or may not mostly revolve around baseball. I’m imagining my family reading this and feeling like they don’t know who I am anymore 🙂
Can I put VP of Rockies Ticket Distribution on my business card? I got ticket envelopes all put together in the nick of time last Thursday and felt myself getting sad when I got to the last games of the season. Had to remind myself that the season has just begun!
All week we debated whether we should go into work at all on Friday. I think you can guess what my vote was 🙂 Eventually, we decided not to, which meant a Friday morning run and iced coffee pit stop before meeting up with everyone else to head to lunch. Elk-Jalapeño Cheddar dog + fries and a Titan in a can, please!
Finding shade wherever I can, like in the crook of Joey’s neck.