One small step at a time in the blog world
For the blog readers that responded to some of my recent blogs, thank you, thank you, thank you.
Now that we have two obstacles removed — how I post them and how you answer them — the next step is for the blogger (that be me) to figure how to respond to your responses.
You really can teach old dogs new tricks, but it is difficult to teach someone who grew up using a typewriter (remember those?) all the ins and outs of this high-tech world of ours.
With any luck, I will figure it out sometime today — probably later today as this is a day off for the Mariners and a little white ball with “Titleist” on the side wants to be hit around the desert. And who am I to refuse such a request.
However, late last night I finished my off-day story on Ken Griffey Jr., discussing what lies ahead as he moves from designated hitter to left field sometime during the next week. He has played just eight innings at that position during his Hall of Fame career, and has some interesting observations, as does manager Don Wakamatsu.
The story should be posted on the Mariners Web site sometime this afternoon (PT) or early evening.
Have a good day and be chattin’ later.
— Jim Street