Saturday, February 09, 2008

Truck Day!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Only the dyed hard in the wool fans get this picture. When the last baseball game is played in either September or in October, if we make the play-offs, we wait for Truck Day....the day all the Red Sox gear is packed carefully and sent on it's way to Ft. Myers, Florida in well Trucks. :)

I often wonder what the driver of the truck feels...to know he is carrying precious cargo to our boys. I have two friends at Truck Day, Cyn and Kelly, and I know when they return we'll get current pictures from them. But until then...I snatched a youtube rendition from last year of Truck Day. Enjoy and it won't be long till we see BASEBALL!!!

7 comments:

Bosox Fan in Wichita said...

Excitement is in the air. We're all trucked up!

Ted D said...

Tex, how awesome is it that Cyn and Kelly got on the news?! I love how die hard the Red Sox fan base is. Do the Yankees have Truck Day? I honestly don't know, but somehow I doubt it.

Hope you are feeling better and on the road to recovery.

Tex said...

Im still wheeezing and hacking coughing up shit. tired and took a couple of naps today...but ready for bed. I do feel better though. Im hoping one more day like today should get rid of most of it. thinking of working from home monday but we'll see

Ted D said...

I think working from home is a great idea, Tex.

You gotta rest or you'll be fighting that crap for weeks.

Sparkle Plenty said...

TEX!!! Feel better!!! What is this, some kinda Yankee curse with both you and Redbeard being laid low with vile maladies?!

When I had bronchitis, I SWEAR they gave me antibiotics (as well as something very odd called "tessalon perls). And, my sister just had an "upper-respiratory viral infection" and they gave HER antibiotics. Sheesh! So glad the doctor had a chance to pop up on her soapbox. Grrrrrrrrr.

Tex said...

I actually did some research and it all says that antibiotics do not work on viral infections. Ive been taking MusinexDM and im feeling better each day. knocking all the crud out.

Ted D said...

Tex, you on the road to recovery yet?