Last night, I spent several pleasurable hours with a good friend. We visited a downtown brewery for a tasty craft beer, then dined on Mexican fare before driving to Tropicana Field to watch the Rays lose to the Dodgers. The crowd was larger than normal due to all the Dodger fans in attendance. Okay, the Rays lost, but if you like the look of young men in ball caps, the game was an eye candy feast. Tons of guys in their late teens and early twenties, milling around in shorts and baseball jerseys, and wearing baseball caps. I was in heaven. 🙂
I’m up early this morning, and feeling rested after a good night’s sleep. I got to bed a little after midnight and slept until 8:30. I made a light breakfast and brewed coffee, and soon I will hit the road.
I’m having day surgery on my left hand in mid-July, and I’m meeting with my doctor in Tampa this morning, to go over things. It’s an easy trip over there, and I should be out of the clinic by 11:30. I’m bringing my lunch with me in an ice cooler, and I’ll find a shady spot to enjoy it. Next, I’ll visit an athletic shoe store in northeast St. Pete to buy a new pair of running shoes. My old ones are more than two years old and the cushioning in them has worn out. Then I will visit the YMCA for a workout and lap-swimming session.
By the time I get home, it’ll be close to four PM, and then I’ll spend a quiet evening at my place. I’ll probably spend an hour up on my deck, watching the sailboats cruise by, before enjoying a tasty dinner.
All right, everyone, I need to get ready to hit the road, so I will close this post by wishing all of you a wonderful Wednesday. And keep on smiling, it’s important. 🙂