880 2020 year in fuckview 12 29 2020
**There is a real update one entry back that is only a few days old)
Greta Garbage put together this survey. I shortened it by 2 as I don’t read books or watch movies.
So, here we go.
What was the best thing that happened to you personally in 2020?
On October 15 I got to walk on the field of my happy place, Fenway Park, with no one in the stands as my older brother got to take batting practice at home plate.
2. What was the worst thing that happened to you personally in 2020?
My dear friend Zach passed away. He was only 26. He took his own life. RIP
My Parents having difficulty. Putting a lot of pressure and stress on me, causing anxiety and frustration.
I didn’t get to go to a baseball game. I had to uncross off a stadium that I had tickets to attend. My dream concert that I spent a LOT of money on tickets (Bon Jovi and Bryan Adams on the same night) got canceled. I lost my job and the “friends” I made there. But most of all, I can’t hang out with my friends and my annual TX trip was canceled so I don’t get to hang out with my bestie and be silly and have fun. And hugs, I miss hugs.
3. Because of Covid-19 I discovered/re-discovered:
This doesn’t answer the question but it still sorta fits, I spent a lot of time going through all my poems. Putting them in chronological order and numbering them and putting together a table of contents. It’s almost complete. Plus, I ran on my treadmill most days in 2020. It was more out of boredom. Or that’s what I tell people.
How much I love and need baseball. When we weren’t sure if we would have baseball here, ESPN broadcasted games from Korea live. The game would start at 5:25 AM. I would be up before that and I got into quite a schedule. I was excited for it. The play wasn’t as good as MLB and I didn’t know any of the players but eventually I would know them. Then when MLB came back, I let the Korean games go but since Korea was playing an entire season, I went back to the Korean games till they were over in mid-November. I love baseball and baseball loves me.
4. I hope 2021 will be.....
MY YEAR! A job, find my soulmate, cross off another stadium. Ok, so nothing new there.
As long as everyone I know is happy and relatively healthy, I’m good.
5. I celebrated the holidays this year differently by:
Except for our Chanukkah party was just my family, nothing else was really that different. We did do a few nights of zooming with my sibs which was pretty cool as we all said the blessings together from 3 different cities.
6. Some good things that happened this year for me was:
I’m not that sure. I did get to visit Florida the first week of March and hang out with two separate friends. Went to a spring training game, a hockey game, and other fun activities. While I was there I made it a point to visit my G.D Mother. That was very nice.