Alive in New England

I landed in Providence last night at about 8:30, but I’m just now able to get a dial-up connection for the Etch-A-Sketch.

As soon as we got off the plane, everyone gathered around the TV to check out the score. It was 0-0 in the top of the second. I figured by the time I got my bag and car and got on the road for Mass, I’d have missed most of the game. Not so! I hit the I-95 around 9:30, just in time to listen to the bottom of the 4th.

I fiddled with the radio a bit until I found what I was looking for. I nearly cried. There was Joe Castiglione! I was cruising down the road listening to the Sox and Yankees on Sox Radio. I wouldn’t have to listen to those moronic Fox Sports announcers!! I was so happy that I missed the turn toward Rockland and wound up taking 3A instead of 3 south…extending my trip by an extra 45 minutes or so, as I traveled through Quincy and all the little towns along the way.

It didn’t bother me one bit.

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4 Responses to Alive in New England

  1. jr says:

    I knew they wouldn’t let us be in Florida at the same time. I’m leaving on Sunday so you can come home.

  2. Alteredboy says:

    Ya ya rub it in. I have to listen to those crap fox announcers.

  3. jadedju says:

    This matters not a bit to your story, but hey! my mom grew up in Quincy! And she’s over in Swampscott right now, if you’d like to drop by for a little jewish mothering.

  4. Tracy says:

    Sorrento grew up in Quincy! Wow…all the cool people grew up in Quincy. GO SOX!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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