A place, where nobody dared to go, I call it vacation.
Yep, that’s right. I’m taking a week off. So when you don’t see my posts next week, that’s why. I need to rest my little brain and reenergize my batteries. Don’t worry, I haven’t been suspended. I’m not in trouble. The Chron has not put out a contract on me, and since I don’t think the Astros know I exist, I’m not really worried about them. Though I will be doing my best to stay out of the way of Roger Clemens.
But I’m going to ask a couple of favors. Please keep coming over and checking out the rest of our fine blogs here at the Houston Press. And I’m sure my boss has something in mind for Ballz, so come back here too.
Also, I want to ask something else. I read lots of sports blogs, sports news sites, and newspapers everyday. But I know that I’m always missing something, so if you’ve got a sports site that you really like, let me know what it is and I’ll check it out. I can never have enough places to go to for info. And you hockey fans, I’d really like some hockey sites to visit. I know about Andrew Ferraro’s blog, and I read Russo’s Rants, but if you’ve got anything else, let me know.
And until I return, I hope that everyone has a good a Fourth of July weekend.
Meanwhile, I’m on VACATION!
Just don’t forget about me. It will only be a week. – John Royal
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