Monday, September 29, 2008

Shea Goodbye

Ok unless you live under a rock, you probably already know that the Mets blew their chance again this year. The final game at Shea stadium was awesome though, full of everything I'd expected it would be, with the exception of Marc Anthony surprising me and making an appearance to sing the national anthem. He totally threw me over the top. I was flying!

The Mets may have blew a few chances this season, but I still love them. This was the first game I attended and didnt make my walk down the ramp in victory. It really upset me to hear other so-called-fans expressing their anger and renouncing their being Mets Fans. Love is unconditional. It may not be great all the time, but making it through the rough times shows just how true it really is.

Thanks to BigDawg for making it all happen. Love ya big Bro ^_^


Anonymous said...

Shame on you for your comment about Marc Anthony. He has always been a New Yorker and proud of this country and baseball. Also let me point out that his singing is right on point with passion and in tune. I'm sure your comment about him goes to show how uninformed you really are. Have a good day since I know the events of this economy hasn't effected you and yours.

EMSchick said...

Uninformed?! Your absolutely right, you are completely uninformed! I Absolutely adore Marc Anthony and reflected that in my writing. Thanks for commenting!

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