(photo by Sam)
Meh, "tomorrow", day after, same dif.
There are a lot of reasons for this, but I've actually found myself with a bad case of writer's block w/r/t the Red Sox this weekend. Part of it is simple fatigue from other stuff this week, but part of it is also just trying to figure out how to take the first bite out of the elephant that is writing about all that happened. There are lots of thoughts floating around in my head about it, but none that have suggested themselves in coherent posting form yet.
In the meantime I've been all too happy to fire up several email and IM threads and make the rounds at blogs, all of which has yielded quite a crop of random tidbits. And there are some patches of NESN dialogue I feel the need to share. What's sticking out to me most about the celebrations this weekend has been not one coherent philosophical point--at least not one that hasn't been expressed by me at length in the "Why I've Got My Panties in a Bunch About the Division" posts of the last two weeks or so--but a few choice moments. So even though it's probably a cop-out, I finally decided that this weekend is getting the "notes post" treatment from me.
Below the jump, the posts, pics and random thoughts on what made this weekend one of the best I can remember in Boston sports since three years ago. I'm going to be updating this for a while on Sunday, 9/30/07, so keep checking back if you happen to be reading today.
Title is part of a Keats quote that my lit-dweeb mind considers relevant, btw.