#Cubs baseball returns to Wrigley Field in 6 more weeks
Things that make me happy
Here is my official thank you to the Red Eye for giving my city friends a reason to come to the burbs.
Check out their article with photos here - How the ‘burbs beat the city
I would like to say I live less than 15 minutes away from the Ikea and anywhere I go there’s parking. And when people stay over at our place, they don’t get towed. Need I remind you about this minor league gem I posted just the other day? We are smack dab in between two minor league parks and the idea of a Cubs affiliate moving in certainly makes things more excited, especially when I can afford a game and every seat in the house is good! So, to all my city friends, please come play with me in the burbs!
Attendance at the Cougars games are already good, I can only imagine that this would be great for the west suburbs and the Cubs
Today we celebrate our last sister day before my baby sister goes to college at Wrigley Field! This picture would be almost perfect, but we’re missing one sister. Photo to be updated soon!
24 years ago today, the Chicago Cubs beat the New York Mets 6-4 in the first official MLB night game at Wrigley Field. The previous night, 91-year-old Cubs fan Harry Grossman turned on the lights for the first time, although the Cubs game against the Phillies was rained out after three-and-a-half innings.
Read more about the historic game here.
Cubs are back at Wrigley Field Thursday night to take on the Cincinnati Reds.
I’ll be there Saturday to have one last sister hurrah before our baby sister goes to college!
(by Mark 2400)
The year I was born. I can’t remember it, but I’ve heard and read enough stories to make it seem like I remember it.
Kicking off graduation week for my sister, Cubs edition. Photo taken before Tuesday’s game against the Padres. BTW, the Cubs won!
Side note, I am wearing pink aviators from Banana Republic, circa 2007ish. They are the best.