Keaton’s birthday was last Saturday the 25th, which meant an opportunity to give him shit for the way he gives me shit about me getting excited when my birthday is coming up. He’s not big on birthdays, but, if you’re gonna have a Block for a best friend, then you’re gonna have a big deal … Continue reading Keaton’s 33rd Birthday
I’m about to be unemployed. The Gap is closing our store on Colorado Boulevard – so I need a new job ASAP. Practically the only lead I had was the manager of the L******, who’s a friend of Adam and Allan’s. Adam sent him my resume, and Mr. Balsam asked me to meet with him … Continue reading Hunter Hunts a Job
There’s some not so great news I haven’t told y’all, although I knew about it back in November: the Gap is closing the store I work at on Colorado Boulevard. We figure that the rent must have gotten too high: there are a bunch of stores that are closing around us, so we’re not blaming … Continue reading Ok…what do I do now?
Although I’ve started working with Cody, that doesn’t mean that I’ve stopped coaching Lucas. Mrs. Andrews has me working with him twice a week sometimes, since team tryouts are coming up and Lucas is determined to be the starter at 2nd. I’ve been working him hard, but, truth be told, his game’s in dang good … Continue reading Lucas Update: January, 2020
I met an 8 year old named Cody at Thanksgiving dinner over at Adam and Allan’s. He’s baseball crazy and was looking forward to playing catch with a real-live baseball player before dinner, but, unfortunately, our game got rained out. I went over to his house the following week, played a good game of catch … Continue reading Working with Cody
Me and Joyce had such a good time just by ourselves at her house last New Year’s Eve that she suggested we do it again this year. That sounded cool by me, especially as it would get me out of the craziness that goes with the Rose Parade up here in Pasadena. People camp out … Continue reading New Year’s Eve 2020