Cubs. Lost. But the offense looked good and the starter (Rodrigo Lopez) was unscored upon.
Sports concerns pale in comparison to the needs, wants and tragedies faced by those who have been involved with the tornadoes of the recent week. It's hard to believe it's been 22 years since we went through those same terrors here, in Plainfield. But we know. We understand. We pray for those who survived. And for those who didn't.
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Speaking of books, I'm beginning to think women write some really good sex scenes. I think. I have to do a lot more research.
Rory McIlroy is world #1. It's fun to watch him piece his game together, just like Tiger did at his age - and is doing now, all over again. Rory has developed a remarkable short game, which was his weak spot. And now he putts like a madman. There aren't any holes in his game right now - if he stays healthy, he will have a long and profitable career. BUT. Tiger is on his way back. I get the feeling that soon we shall see just what advantage age and experience might have over youthful vigor. Anyway, it's going to be a fun time for golf.
It's a 56 mile bike ride
to the end of the trail.
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