Nov 3, 2016


There are three types of baseball players: those who make it happen,
 those who watch it happen and those who wonder what happens...

I'm not crazy about baseball.  Never have been.  Never will be.  I find the game
 very long and extremely boring.  Just my view, but that being said it is as my friend 
Liz said "The Great American Pastime."  I'm not a baseball fan, but this being a
 win for Chicago, I'm now a part-time fan.  At least for now.  GO CUBS!!!

The curse is dead: Cubs win first World Series since 1908.  Finally. The most epic drought
 in sports history is over, and the Cubs are world champions.  After 108 years of waiting, 
the Cubs won the 2016 World Series with a wild 8-7, 10-inning Game 7 victory over
 the Indians on Wednesday night at Progressive Field. History was made in Chicago.

That being said, I am VERY happy the the Chicago Cubs won the World Series.
Chicago is definitely my favorite city and it would have been awesome to be there 
right now and to witness the celebration that will be going on.  I saw it when 
The Blackhawks won and that city was all lights in the evenings.

If we were in Chicago right now I would be able to see all the celebration and festivities
 from our balcony.  Pity cause they do how how to throw a celebration party.

I woke up very early this morning as did Sniff.  I fed him, brushed him and then had my cafe.
The day has started with a good vibe and it most definitely will continue on this way.
As always we have to do our parts to make it a good day.  I plan on doing mine.

Arvid is already awake and doing what he likes to do best.  Sniff is now sitting next to
 him quietly.  Together they work in silence.  Strange, Brutus and Shadow also like
 the same spot where Sniff is right now.  Maybe they smell each other. 

Good morning everyone.  Hope you are having as fabulous day as The Chicago Cubs 
and their fans are.  Time to start working and to become productive. 
 Fresh day.  Fresh start.  Let's make it a good one.

Baseball is ninety percent mental and the other half is physical.
Don't run away from challenges.  Run over them.  Like the Cubs did...