After last week's workload (three 12 hour days, one 9 hour day with four hours of my night job thrown in and one 11 hour day) there was no way I was going to even touch a computer keyboard over the weekend. And for once, I actually stuck to that. I even took the anti-technology route even further by listening to all of Friday and Sunday's game's (and a few innings of Saturday's) on the radio. Kicking it old school seemed to work well for the Mets, who kicked it old school themselves by getting some great pitching every day in taking two out of three from the Nationals. Heck, I thought Sunday's game might be over before I walked from my house to the foot of the Brooklyn Bridge (which takes just about 2 hours) because Steve Trachsel pitched like he had a train to catch.
This week will be a bit interesting for me, as on Thursday I will be heading down to Philly to see the Mets play. I wonder if I'll get in a fist fight when John Maine shuts down the Phillies and the Mets have a 19 game lead? I hope so.