Tuesday, November 3, 2009

I Want I Want...I Need, I Need

Woke up this morning a little disappointed and a tad perplexed...

First off, I'm perplexed by the stuff in Chase Utley's hair. It makes me think of what happened to the Cameron Diaz character in Something About Mary. Could it be?

And disappointed because the Yanks didn't close it out last night. If Jeter would've got the big hit last night they may have bronzed him right there, but he didn't, which brings me to the lesson learned.

The game was something that I had no control over. I will have just as much control over tomorrow's game. Yet I couldn't help but fret the outcome. There are so many things like that in life.

And if someone would've explained that the Yanks would've took two of three in Philly - I would've taken it in a heartbeat. Yet after winning the first two - I wanted more.

Again, a life's lesson - no matter how good it is - we want more - greed gets in the way and despite the fact that two in Philly was enough - I'm disappointed it wasn't three.

The "I want, I need," aspect of life isn't for me anymore. I hate chasing things around - things I can't control - and things that would be good enough if I didn't desire something more.

Yet it's human nature, isn't it? Especially in the materialistic world we live in.

That being said - there are still two things I want desperately:

Of course...one more win...

And...

Please tell me what that is in Utley's hair?

Steroid cream perhaps?

Bring me my Jameson's Gag.

4 comments:

Gag said...

I believe it is a gel or mousse. For those with hair they sometimes use it to style it. Though in his case he prefers the slicked back look to hit those big bombs!!! Warm up the car. The Jameson is making a trip to SJ.

Cliff Fazzolari said...

I think it came from Ben Stiller

Carrie Lynn Fazzolari said...

I think Gag was a tad bit sarcastic... how dare he make fun of your bald head!! Shame, shame... :-)

Mpalmer said...

maybe its Ryan Howard jiz...he seems to have already blown his load before he gets to the plate...

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