And don’t tell me it wouldn’t be badass to own.
Every kid who’s ever had a big back yard has dreamt of building a baseball diamond in it. I used to make 1:24 scale baseball stadiums out of shoe boxes when I was eleven. I already had the design done and everything.
All I needed was dad’s approval.
Alas, it never happened, but my brother and I did make a cool baseball field out of snow fencing. We would play with a wiffle ball (the kind with holes), and put duct (or electrical) tape on it so it would carry just the right distance for our fence.
Then we’d grab the day’s newspaper and pick out a lineup from the box scores. We’d chose a different team every time we played. We made sure we batted right or left-handed depending on who was up.
We would mimic the players’ batting stances and pitching styles (although we never nailed the ambidextrous pitching thing).
We had our own Field of Dreams in our imaginations. And that’s what kids whose parents aren’t millionaires have to do — use their imagination.
Be that parent. If you have a few mil laying around, make your kids’ dreams come true. F**k imagination. Buy them the Field of Dreams.
Interested parties may contact Ken Sanders about the property at (414) 803-4220 or e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org.► Read more articles written by Jp14.
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