They say it’s inevitable…

…but I hate change.

For example, this morning I found out that Robert B. Macentire and TJ Callahan, two morning DJs on KILT that I grew up listening to, were laid off.

It extends to baseball too.

ManRam not playing for the Red Sox.  Ken Griffey Jr. not playing for the Reds.  Matt Holliday not playing for the Rockies (*sniff*).

How was Thanksgiving?

I ate a ton of stuffing and laid about in an Emmitt Smith jersey as I watched the Cowboys trample the Seahawks.  I almost cried as I watched the Aggies get trampled by those damn Longhorns.  GOD I hate t.u.  I’m gonna miss Ol’ Army next year.

It was freaking 80 degrees out on Thursday and Friday.  It’s November!  But now it’s severely cloudy and 68, so that’s nice.

I’m all over the place this morning.

The city opened an outdoor ice rink at Discovery Green downtown.  I can’t imagine how much that will cost to keep frozen.  They’re limiting skate time to 1-1/2 hours on weekends, which I don’t quite understand and it makes me wish I’d gone yesterday.  I suppose there’s always the mall.

2 comments

  1. Jane Heller

    I know what you mean about change, whether it’s baseball or anything else. I can’t stand when my favorite player is traded away or when my favorite show goes off the air or when people I care about move away. I know it’s part of life, but still!

    http://janeheller.mlblogs.com

  2. rockymountainway

    Hey just came across your blog and it’s cool to see a Rockies/Astros hybrid. I have a close friend who lives in Houston and lived in Colorado so he is the same. We exchange money every year in bets but this year the stros and rox tied for the year series so we just bought each other a beer. Change is good except everytime the rox change the stros seem to get the bad end of the deal. Sorry about Kaz, he was rocksteady when we had em :/ Jennings too..

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