Singing The Blues: Two Days After Losing

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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.

Pitching in the front yardBefore 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.

One Reply to “Singing The Blues: Two Days After Losing”

  1. Linus Toland says:

    Singing the Blues!? At least your singing, so life can’t be all that bad for you if you can muster the fortitude to sing. Even a sad song. There’s another song you can sing, ./’./’the sun will come out tomorrow, bet your bottom dollar that tomorrow there’ll be sunshine…/’./’ Dodgers had a great season and played a good series, there is something to focus on. They actually came in second place, second is not bad when you realize how many teams didn’t/couldn’t show up and produce. Your Dodgers done good!! Now there is a song to sing, ./’./’Dun good, they dun good. My ole Dodgers they dun good./’./’
    ~=0)

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