Sunday, October 10, 2010

WHY YOU GOING TO THE AIRPORT, FLYING SOMEWHERE?

Hey guys, how is everyone's weekend going? Other than exploring different alternatives to deal with the passing on of Randy Moss, I haven't really done too many excited things over the past few days. I have started working out again, but I'm still not ready to do upper body activities. I could probably do them fine if I tried, but I figure I'll give it a few more days before I start. I've got spare time. I've been doing a lot of speed and agility drills and lifting with my lower body. I've also been listening to my doctor, and squeezing tennis balls during the day. It is pretty damn exciting, let me tell you.

Going forward, I found out that I will be flying out to San Diego on Monday to meet with our team doctors. They want to see how my hand is healing. It actually feels 100% better than it did only a few days ago. I'm starting to feel like I didn't even have any surgery on it to begin with. I think in a few more days it will feel like new. Monday should be an adventurous day. I fly from here to Arizona at 7AM. I then switch planes and fly to San Diego to see our doctor. After the visit with them, I head back to the airport and jump on a plane back to Arizona. Looking at the bright side, I guess I'll rack up on some air miles. I'm looking forward to getting the doctor visits over with, especially when they are 10 hours away. It will be a good day when I can focus solely on baseball and not on injuries. Hopefully that day is right around the corner.

As far as today goes, my Patriots are off which puts a real damper on the weekend. The one thing I do have is my fantasy football. Things have not gone well for me so far, but I still have time to turn things around. This is the worst season I have ever had in my life when it comes to fantasy. I would love to see Randy put up 2 TD's this Monday night. If he does that I'm definitely heading out to buy a Vikings jersey.

I hope everyone enjoys their Sunday and I'll talk to you all later.
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