I had the weirdest dream. I hardly ever remember them anyway. But I do remember I had a pet squirrel, but he looked more like a ferret. And I was trying to get him a proper cage to put him in to take him back home. But everywhere I went that would sell pet things didn’t have any normal ones that I could carry. I finally found one, it was kinda small, but I had to get him home safely. Then all of a sudden I was walking down the street and he got out of the cage, and sat on the edge of the grass by a parked car and peed. He peed forever. And it looked like it was coming from an old sprinkler, it was spraying everywhere. People kept walking by, staring at me and the squirrel-ferret. I was terrified the owner of the car that was getting peed on was going to come out and yell at me. But what could I do? Then my stupid ex-boyfriends brother was there trying to help. But I didn’t want him to. Then I reached for my phone to call my boyfriend and my ex-boyfriends name was blacked out on my phone. Really weird. Anyway, my squirrel-ferret ran away and I couldn’t catch him so I kept walking. I heard some music coming from one building and it was someone covering Jeff Buckley, I almost stopped but something told me to keep walking. Further down the road, I heard more live music being played. I walked into the building and it was super bright in there, almost blinding. And then I found my boyfriend standing against a wall watching whatever band was playing. He had been trying to find me all night all over town, and his phone had died. He figured I would come there eventually. That’s all I remember. Maybe more later.
One of my favorite quotes in history.
Pedroia was stopped at the players’ entrance at Coors Field in Denver during the 07 World Series against the Rockies. The security guard didn’t believe Pedroia was a player and wouldn’t let him into the stadium prior to the game. He produced his players’ ID card, and the security guard questioned whether it was legitimate. This quote is how Pedroia responded.
Pedroia hit the first pitch of the World Series over the Green Monster off Francis, the Rockies’ ace.
Not that I have the best fashion sense or anything, but when someone needs help getting their leather jacket off of them, I think it’s a sign that it is too small. Just sayin’. But it gave me something to laugh at. :D