I know I’m almost late with this, but happy Days of Greatness everybody!
Since 2005, WrestleMania and Opening Day (for the Yankees, at least) have been within 24 hours of each other. And if that isn’t cause for celebration, I don’t know what is.
Caught WrestleMania last night- it was an entertaining event, with 40-somethings Shawn Michaels and the Undertaker stealing the show in an epic battle. With only eight matches, it felt a little light, especially considering the 20-minute “concert” after the first match. Luckily, that gave us time to call for a pizza. Also, the event was padded by recap packages, which helped those of us who don’t watch Raw on a weekly basis anymore catch up.
Coming up in an hour or so is Opening Day for the Yankees. Unless it’s about Hideki Irabu or my trips to Yankee Stadium, I don’t really write much about baseball (although maybe I should). But I am looking forward to this season and I’m happy with the moves the Yankees made since October. If anything, baseball is a reminder that the days are getting longer and the weather is getting more bearable.
Like I said, if that isn’t cause for celebration, I don’t know what is.