March Madness (No, Not that Kind)

It’s March Madness.  You know what that means…the weather won’t make up its mind.  We’ll have rain one day, snow another, and sun in between.  It’ll be warm and cold (usually in the same afternoon).  Even though the first official day of spring is only a week away (six days), it may not look or feel like spring until after March.

I’ve never understood how March either comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb or vice versa.  Neither of those animals are crazy.  Now, if you said it comes in like a jackalope and goes out like a platypus, I could get behind that.

Of course, what’s worse than the weather is that I’ve yet to catch a Tigers’ spring training game on TV.  There’s nothing worse than waiting since last October to watch your team, knowing they’re playing, and not be able to watch them.  Okay, there probably are worse things, but I’m too lazy to think of any too distraught to think about them.  Baseball makes the world go round.  It is, after all, America’s national past time and since America is the greatest country in the world, baseball is the best game in the world.  Fact proven.

Oh yeah, there’s also some sort of bracket going around.  I don’t know if it’s a disease or not, I haven’t caught it yet.  All I know is that March is the only time anyone cares about basketball [college or otherwise], but at least we can watch good players before they start flopping on the court to draw fouls…or does that only happen with Varejão?


About bkreuch

I like to read, I like to write, and I like to make people laugh.
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