My thirteen-year-old daughter is playing baseball on an organized, uniforms-make-it-official, team this year. It’s a first for her. She’s taking part in Challenger Baseball, a local league for children and young adults with physical and/or mental challenges. She knows the schedule by heart and—on game days—starts itching to get suited up right after breakfast. That in spite of the fact that her games don’t typically begin until 7:30 pm. Saying she enjoys playing is a bit of an understatement.
It's a good night for popcorn and the couch with the DVD "Moneyball." Brad Pitt's theater hit came out in the Red Box this week, and looks to be a good one to sit down with the family and watch.
October 25, 2006 - For political newcomer Lena Saradnik, this race is about defying conventional wisdom.
Compiled from stories published in 2005
I was at my son's football game the other night and I was reminded of how the world's a very small place -- the six handshakes theory (also called six degrees of separation). For every person you meet, you're only six handshakes away from anyone in the world.