Concerning the dangers of wishful daydreaming during the long, cold winter:
It’s officially winter. Christmas has come and gone, and other than a chance to get drunk on New Years’ Eve and a trip to Target Field for Twins Fest, there is little of anything worthwhile on my winter schedule. I am ready for spring. I am ready for baseball. The following is a list of things to be careful daydreaming about while we all suffer through the long, cold winter.
What you expect spring training to look like:
What spring training actually looks like:
The snow bunny you hope to meet this winter at Twins Fest:
The snow bunny you REALLY meet while visiting Target Field:
The cute Twins fan you hope to sit next to on opening day:
The Twins fans you’ll be sitting next to on opening day:
Be careful what you wish for my friends. Winter is long and cold and you’ll be forced to suffer. Enjoy the cold. Have a snowball fight, go shoot up a case of beer cans/bottles (after drinking them, of course), learn to ski, but most of all don’t let your imagination get away from you. You have been warned.