Sunday, October 21, 2007

The Red Sox Are Going to the World Series!

*cough* *cough* *cough* *cough*
Okay, I'm heading back to the couch to take care of this nasty cold/bronchitis that's kept me down since Thursday.

Woo Hoo, GO Bah-sten!
*cough* *cough*

7 comments:

hellojed said...

Go Red Sox, and sorry to hear you are ill, hope you feel better very soon!

Lane said...

I know nothing about the Red Sox but if they're your team I'll say
Go Red Sox! too:-)
x

hope you can shake off the lurgy soon:-)

JJ said...

Angie, I'm not even sure I know what sport the Red Sox are - but well done them!

You sound poorly: straight to bed with a hot water bottle for you.

JJx

Hullaballoo said...

Hope the bronchitis clears up soon, hon. Sounds nasty. The couch is definitely the place for you, until you recover

pierre l said...

Well, once upon a time I lived in Montreal and supported the Expos (not that this helped them in any way). Now that I am in the UK, I am more neutral (although my son plays in an amateur team in the UK). I used to work for a computer company based in Minneapolis (a long time ago), so I am also interested in the Twins.
Hope the nasty cough goes away soon, and good luck to the Red Sox.

Angie said...

Cheers, hellojed!

Lane, thanks for the Red Sox vote.

JJ, they are a baseball team from Boston :) The hot water bottle sounds lovely, with some tea and a book.

Hullaballoo, thanks for the well wishes. I'm heading back to the couch very soon...

Pierre, a one-time baseball fan, eh? Baseball is not as big in England, it seems. Do you watch cricket now? I never could understand the rules of cricket, even though it's supposedly similar.

Unfortunately, I think I'll have to let this cough run it's course. Thanks for the well wishes, everyone!

Angie xx

pierre l said...

Hi Angie. My sons tend to watch football (i.e. soccer). But there isn't much of that on TV because it's mostly on subscription channels (as is cricket). I don't understand cricket either.
To the best of my knowledge there is no professional baseball played in the UK at all.