Saturday, February 25, 2012

The Curve Balls of LIfe

I love baseball!!!

Back in the day, I got to shake baseball pitcher Orel Hershiser's (a coveted Cy Young award winner and World Series MVP of the year with the Dodgers) hand at a Pro/Am golf game in Pebble Beach. I actually shook a variety of famous people's hands during that tournament, with having one of only six golf hats specifically made for Tommy Armour the third landing on my head before leaving the course (which Payne Stuart signed, just before he died in that awful plane crash). Tommy signed it, too, and it was just a blast!! A friend of his, that I got to yakking to, gave me the cap at the end of the tournament. Lucky me!!!!  :)

Sometimes, in this life of ours, life throws some curves balls. We can go along with smooth fast pitches, and then, lo and behold, a slow pitch comes along and messes up your whole swing!

That happened with me after Amy's wedding. After being on Cloud 9 for an entire year, I just drooped the next one. So weird!!!

But life can be like that sometimes.

Thus, no posts on this blog site!

Ha! Until just now. :)))

Happy sigh of relief!!!!

It feels so fun to be back! I just have to see what is going on with my quilting bloggers, and everyone else. Blogs are so creative and fun and I learn soooo much -- recipes, quilting techniques, how to decorate, and the list continues!!!!

And, hey!! Pinterest, the talk of the nation, and I've never visited it!! Must. Get. Involved!!!! :))) Are you????

Oh... do talk to me!!!!  :)))))))


Janice said...

I have been gone for nearly 3 months. Just too much life going on. But I am back in the swing and you must get on pinterest. It is addicting, but wonderful.

Lift Up Your Hearts said...

Pinterest is a lot of fun! Let me know if you want me to send you an invite.

Amy, a redeemed sheep said...

Welcome back. Yes, do go to Pinterest. Let us know how to follow you there. You can find my Pinterest link on my blog. =)

FYI, they changed how the word verification looks. Many have trouble reading it and have decided to not comment if it is being used. Just letting you know in case you don't get very many comments that the word verification may be a reason why.