|Finally a positive one
||[Jun. 28th, 2006|09:25 am]
Last night, i got free tickets to a reds game. There would be no way i could have afforded these tickets other wise, since they were on the 1st base line, and cost $45 a piece. The only bad part, besides the Reds loosing 9-8 in the very last second of the game, was that the price of the food went up. If you plan on getting food while your down at the ball park, take out a loan. A beer and sandwich will cost you about $14.75.
But anyway, when the game was tied in the bottom of the 8th, at 7-7, I heard a grandmother tell her 3 yearold grandson, he had to do something to give the Reds good luck. Anybody who knows me, knows i shave my head, which i had done that afternoon. I had my hat off since it was nice and cool out, and the sun had gone down. Being three, and completely innocent, he reached out and started rubbing my head. The grandmother appologized profusely, and I told her it was all right.
My point is, we should all be so lucky to not be afraid to reach out and touch someone. Not in the perverted sense, but reach out and meet someone new. Today, June 28, is National Handshake Day. Meet someone new, and shake their hand.