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What is your Red Sox resolution for 2013?
I have a partial season ticket package and have supported the team in sickness and in health. Some changes I would like to see in 2013. End this bogus sellout streak. My number one wish is to get rid of Sweet Caroline. If not totally then only play it when we have the lead in the 8th. Have an alternate song when we are losing. Come on RSN let's push for these changes. Happy New Year, and Go Sox!
Nancy * Milford, MA
I took yesterday off, frankly because, reigning myself back has been both fun and I had a bunch of slightly different things on my mind during the holidays. RDN have been very good to me over the past years and there has been so much in the world that wasn't baseball it was time to shut up and give back. The desire to be positive in a time of year that is stressful for many people was not difficult due to what baseball has to offer us in both memories and in hope for a new season. Realizing that there has been so much non-press media to help out was a happy discovery. The thing is this, Trish Saintelus has allowed the envelope to be pushed by me once again. I did include the photo and the YouTube links, but seeing them in TIS+ in a format that worked for the newsletter was her work alone. As always, instead of complaining about extra work, Trish was the trooper who made things function. Appreciating that she is John, Jerry and Trish to RDN as the newsletter goes,while modestly avoiding the spotlights, seems to be her forte. It is my belief that it is time for her to step into the spotlight and take a bow. Her amazing work here, allows John and Jerry, the opportunity to expand RDN into something bigger and better at a steady pace. She is always fair with me when I cross the line, and has treated all of us with respect and dignity. Her extra curricular activities, raising a family, doing missionary work, and being the "office" for RDN and TIS+ make me wonder how she finds time to sleep. I want to thank her for her hard work, professionalism, and dedication to many things that are important to all of us. I only hopes that this wonderful woman will run this, take a bow in the spotlight and hear from others, like myself, who just take it for granted that RDN and TOS+ just run easily. I run a website. Murphy's Law applies to all who try to juggle things to make them all work. Thank you, Trish. You make the world a better place and I would guess others would like the chance to say the same.
Chuck * Warwick, RI
Chuck ... you are correct in that I did NOT want to run this! You are way too kind, and although you are right about the "sleep" issue, this is my job and I love it. Soon I will have a blog and will tell the story of how I was lucky enough to land this gig. Thanks to all of YOU who actually make this all work! :-) Trish