Pitchers and Catchers Report

Spring is in the air.

Spring Training is in the offing. It has been just under a year since Carl and his baseball buddies were soaking up the sun and ambiance in the Phoenix area. A few days after they left, everything shut down.

The wall is still relentless. May get to throw with real masked people on Wednesday

Apparently they are going to allow a modest number of fans (16% capacity) into the stands at the Spring Training venues. More than one person has asked Carl if he is going. The answer is a resounding, “NO.” How many risk points would be included in that venture. He is still 2 tiers away from being able to try to schedule an appointment for the vaccine.

We’re more interested in what’s going to happen with the Mariners, although it’s doubtful we will have the vaccine before the season starts, if they are allowing fans to attend.

Closer to reality, the iris survived the snow in really good shape.

We did manage 2 long walks this weekend, making the 10,000 step per day. There was birdsong everywhere. We had a socially distanced visit with a friend on the deck yesterday afternoon, and it was just abuzz with birds large and small flitting about. The smallest was some sort of wren, and the largest was either a Stellars Jay or a flicker. I am not counting crows, they are more like people.

Tomorrow will be a different day. It has potential to be one of those days that you work a lot to get to, and then the real work begins. I have been here before, and I predict the next 90 days are going to be nonstop.

2 Responses to “Pitchers and Catchers Report”

  1. Margaret Says:

    Yesterday I got 14,000 steps, although I’ve been under my goal several times this past week. (snow, dad, wind) I’m hoping to be in the next tier as a teacher (sub) but I’m not holding my breath.

    • raincharm Says:

      I am considering going in to change my husbands information to daycare provider. It is what he does/did, and the only reason he is not doing it now, is COVID. If he can get vaccinated, he would be more likely to resume working – at least part-time. He is getting asked, but declining.

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