Thursday, October 25, 2007

I heart Josh Beckett

Although this picture really says it all, I never was one for being seen and not heard...

Jason and I woke up at the crack of dawn to watch the first game of the World Series, all kitted out in our gear. Jason even wore his Curt Schilling bloody sock. (If you don't know, Google it.) Nevermind the fact that Jason's "bloody sock" is actually the result of an unfortunate accident involving the painting of our dining room (Brand: Eddie Bauer; Color: Cabin Red) back in the summer of 2004.

It certainly didn't take us long to become fully alert because Josh Beckett opened the game up with a one-two-three shutdown. If that weren't enough, first at bat for the Sox, Dustin Pedroia knocks a home run off the top of the Green Monstah. So sets the tone for Game 1. They got in Jeff Francis's head so much that he intentionally walked Mike Lowell to load the bases with Jason Varitek coming to the plate. Oops.


We gotta go practice our riverdance.


Anonymous said...

Aren't you from the South?

Heather said...