Saturday, December 31, 2011
I would like to take this moment to wish all of my readers a wonderful, prosperous and happy new year. May 2012 be a better year for our sports teams. and for those fans, like me, that reside in enemy territory. With the nightmares of 2011 behind us, let us look forward to moving into a new era of success as fans.
May it be a new time for rejoicing and engaging in the rapture, drama and intense passion that is the world of sports. May our personal lives be filled with warmth, happiness, peace and love in the coming year. It has been my humble pleasure and deepest honor that you have allowed me to be able to share my personal thoughts and feeling on the landscape of New York sports.
For that, I thank you and am eternally grateful for the opportunity. Furthermore, I humbly look forward to continuing to do so in the coming year with more consistency. Let us raise our glasses in a symbolic toast and resolve to make the most of our new year in NY sports. We will be all the better for it. Happy New Year!
Posted by Frank Gray at 9:00 PM
Sunday, December 25, 2011
I would like to take this opportunity to wish every one of my readers, followers and friends a very happy, healthy and safe holiday season. May our every wish come true this special time of year. As a New York sports fan, it has been a tough year for us all. For a New York sports fan in enemy territory like me, as many of you are as well, it has been especially hard.
We have seen every possible scenario known to the landscape of sports all rolled into just a few teams across the sports world. With the local teams excelling while our teams aren't has made this an excruciating 2011. With the holidays upon us, now is the time to make a special wish for a change in fortunes, for both our teams and for us.
With that in mind, I will wish you all joy, peace, hope, happiness and love in this special time of year. Thank you for following me and my work. If I have made any of you think differently about a topic or stop to ponder something for just a second, my work has not been written in vain.
Thank you all for allowing me to share that special moment of inspiration with you.
Posted by Frank Gray at 12:00 AM