Pilgrimage

Great seats, hey buddy?
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About travellinbaen

I'm a 40 year old lawyer living in Ridgeland, Mississippi. I'm several years and a couple hundred miles removed from most of my old running buddies so I started the blog to provide an outlet for many of the observations and ideas that used to be the subjects of our late night/happy hour/halftime conversations and arguments.
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5 Responses to Pilgrimage

  1. Jessie Lou says:

    How hot do it be up there?

    • High of 82 today.

      Had a great Friday in Chicago. Dramatic finish at beautiful Wrigley Field, libations at the famed corner of Waveland and Sheffield, pizzeria due, and Stone Temple Pilots. RSR got us in free at the gate.

  2. Jessie Lou says:

    I’m sure that RSR was quite popular for that move and deservedly so! Meanwhile, it is a steambath in South MS. The humidity will welcome all back with an enveloping hug that you cannot remove yourself from without a shower. The Gulf of Mexico is offering a bath at the amazingly warm temperature of 88 degrees and a possible sheen of oil upon exit for your dry, parched skin. I am relegting myself to the backyard pool and a fan to keep me cool vs. the sun, sand and languid oil bath of the beach.

  3. Whitness says:

    I had to be within ten rows of you. My ball game buddy said, with the bases loaded, 2 outs and 2 strikes, “This game is over.” Being a long time Saints fan whose losing ways, until recently, mimicked those of the Cubs, I replied “Kiss of Death,” and was promptly (dis)rewarded with the Cubbies snatching defeat from the jaws of victory.

  4. Whitness, thanks for checking in here in the TBU. Hope you find it worth your while to come back frequently. With football season coming up, there ought to be a lot of action around here pretty soon.

    Yeah, I think being an MSU/Saints fan all these years led me to the fatalistic prediction of doom for the Cubs too, even though I’m a Reds guy. I WAS root, root, rootin for the home team though. It was a mixture of sad and funny watching the true Cubbie fans react. They’d seen the act before a time or two.

    I tell you though, I loved Wrigley. I’d be back into the Big Leagues in a heartbeat if I lived in Chicago.

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