It’s now two days after the Dodgers’ tragic loss to the Astros in game seven of the World Series. I’m still frustrated about a few things that happened (or didn’t happen) during the game. It also hasn’t fully sunk in that the Dodgers lost. Last night I had a dream that the Dodgers won and I woke up today thinking that I was going to watch the parade. Then I remembered that they had lost.
Before the game, my siblings were telling me that I would cry if the Dodgers lost. I’m happy to say that I did not. I was slightly angry, I was sad and very disappointed. I handled it the way that I handle a lot of Dodger losses. I went outside and started pitching a tennis ball against the wall. You can see that my yard has no grass, which is perfect because I don’t have to worry about destroying the yard. My back foot is in a little hole that I dug with my foot to make a sort of a pitching rubber.
The next day (yesterday), was kinda hard. I was sad that the Dodgers had lost when they were so close. Luckily for me, I had school that day. It helped me to take my mind off the sad thought of the Dodgers losing.
That’s all I have for today. “Singing the Blues” is a series that I will be posting to this offseason. I’m hoping that it will be interesting. If you have anything you want me to write about, please comment below.