After waxing on and on about how fun the softball game I played in was, I’m now going to bitch about it. Oh my GOD, I am so sore! I don’t know what the deal is. Every muscle and joint on my body aches. Except my right shoulder, which I slowly and carefully stretched out before the game. It hurts to stand. It hurts to sit. I can’t even cross my legs, I have to grab my leg with my hands and move it over the other leg. That is the level of my soreness. I know it didn’t help that yesterday I spent three hours crammed into a tiny seat at Dodger Stadium. I have to remember to bring padding to sit on! When I stood up during the 7th inning stretch, I knew I wasn’t going to be in good shape later. And, about an hour and a half later, when Mike dropped me off at my car, I could hardly get out of his car without wincing. And this morning, oy. The shower did not help with the stiffness. I hope it goes away soon. Sitting here in my work chair, I keep twisting and stretching to try to stay somewhat loose. Sitting in a cramped seat again tonight might be torture. But, it will be worth it if the Dodgers kick Giant ass again! And they will. Last night’s game was awesome. Plus, I got a cool blue wig as the give away. It is totally my new ‘fro. I love it and want to have its blue-haired babies. It was fun to be at Dodger Stadium and see everyone with their wigs on. Except the Giants fans (Ahem, Mike). Even the tiniest babies had the wigs on! It was so cute. Tonight everyone in attendance gets a rally towel. If Mike thought everyone with a wig on was annoying, just wait until everyone is waving a towel around. It even annoys me, and I will be among the wavers. I have to be a gracious winner tonight…I know Mike will be sad when his beloved Giants lose yet again, and have to share first place with the Glorious Dodgers. Oh my God, I just realized that last night I didn’t have a beer at the game! What the heck is going on with me?! Well, I’m just going to have to make up for that tonight. Gooooooooooooooo Dodgers!!! And, I hate it when there are a million things to do on one night. That is all.