Friday, January 11, 2013

A door opened

I mentioned earlier this week that a door closed when my son brought me most of his baseball stuff and said he didn't have room for it. 

After almost two solid months of not looking at any of my own cards (except those I've received in the mail), I opened the door to my locker at work to see what I could see.  I generally keep my locker stuffed with cards to trade and sort.  My months long funk has resulted in me failing to complete my end of numerous trades.  For this, I apologize sincerely. 

The open door allowed me to either put together or finish 11 trade packages.  I've got at least 6 more to finish putting together next week.  Included in those packages are the end of the year prize from 2010 (that's right, 2010) for The Diamond King and the three prize packs for the winners of my last contest in September.  That's how long I've been in this tailspin.  I really do suck. 

I'm hoping to have as many as 20 packages ready to go out on the 16th when I get paid.  If you receive one, it's because you've already sent me something so don't send anything back or I'll  owe you again and I can't be sure when another round of packages will be going out. 

Thanks for your patience. 


  1. Hopefully this open door will serve as a gateway to the ends of the funk!

    Best Wishes!

  2. A door opened is a good thing, brother. It often leads to more open doors. Sending much blog love.