Well, I started playing softball again. I haven't played since I was a junior or senior in high school. I am a wittle wusty (a little rusty). I had 2 basehits in our first game and I played first base. I played decent and I hope that I'll get more comfortable as the season goes on. Yesterday, I went to the batting cages and in the cage next to me was a guy with 2 other girls. They weren't all in the cage together but the 2 girls were watching. Anyway, the guy finished batting and I came out of my cage to put another token in the machine and the guy said, "hey you looking to play softball?" I told him that I was already on a team and he said, "well, we suck and could use more people". Well damn. When I played last week, my first time stepping to the plate, the pitcher on the other team said "Look out y'all! It looks like she can hit". Well damn. I'm sure I'll have a lot more to write about with my upcoming softball adventures. Hopefully none of them will involve me losing any teeth. :)
So, I was at Subway tonight picking up dinner. There was a man in line in front of me. He was at the portion of the sandwich order when he tells how to dress the sandwich i.e. lettuce, tomatoes, etc. Well, I'm telling my Subway guy what I want on my sandwich and me and the other guy in line said "oil and vinegar" at the same time. The guy in line turned and looked at me and said "WHOA. We just had cross sandwichation." Oh for the love! Then he moved to pay and turned to me again and said, "You really sound like you know what you're doing making those sandwiches. I'm totally lost. You should be a Subway consultant." A Subway consultant? WOW. If anyone needs guidance putting together a Subway sandwich, let me know.