New York Times and USA Today bestselling author, Francis Ray is a native Texan and lives in Dallas. In 1999 and 2000 she was nominated for Texas Woman’s University Distinguished Alumni Award. She was honored to give the 2010 winter commencement address.
Someone left a perfectly good baseball in a plastic bag in front of the ball park in the street.
Thank you three or four cars behind me for driving pass the ball and my car, so I could back up and then forward to lean out my car door to pick it up. 😆
Long story. Short story. I won four tickets to see the Frisco Rough Riders. The first set of tickets were lost in the mail. The sponsor of the contest was kind enough to re mail new tickets.
Great right? Well, everyone that I invited couldn't make it to the baseball game tonight, and I felt bad that someone went to the trouble of mailing four tickets, that I had to go.
Tonight was the team's fifteenth anniversary.
So, not only did I get my street baseball, I have a limited edition bobble head set, my section won a contest and we got a coupon for a free cookie, the man who originally sat in my seat, gave me his coupon, everyone with a ticket on tonight's game gets a BOGO box of tenders because of a strike out, fifty dollars off of pest control, my food, drinks were free, parking was free, found two more coupon for free cookies, the game was great and the seats were behind home plate.