Yankee Candle sits alone atop the candle world and by far has the biggest fanbase amongst candle users world wide. There are countless blogs, Facebook groups, twitter users, etc. I mean heck, right here on this blog one of my favorite posts I did was with the Yankee Candle Sisters who run their own Yankee Candle blog.
I have had more time this fall to work on Balletfocus. I tuned out baseball after the Yankees exited, given that I hate the Red Sox. The Red Sox enjoyed a perfect season and had a lot of fun in the postseason.
Alex Cora: "We scored 16 at Yankee Stadium Suck on it" pic. All of this started when Aaron Judge played 'New York, New York' while exiting Fenway park after the Yankees' Game 2 victory -- the very one Cora was referencing before finishing his thought Wednesday morning and saying 'suck on it.
It seems nearly every day the year-old is making Red Sox history in one way or another, and that again is the case following Wednesday's game vs. That 25th homer makes him the only Red Sox player not named Ted Williams to have a double, HR season before age Not bad company to be in.
Right now, you're either nodding in agreement because you too have reached enlightenment, or you're about to x-out of this story and wish bad things upon me because you're a Yankee Candle loyalist. So, let me make this clear: I'm not saying you can't have Yankee Candles in your house. All I'm saying is never, ever, ever, ever give one as a gift.
And when manager Alex Cora spoke to the fans at the parade, he found a way to make them all even happier. Alex Cora: "We scored 16 at Yankee Stadium Suck on it" pic.
Soberly considered, the New York Yankees and their fans present a moral dilemma. Our consciences, naturally abhorring everything abominable, tell us that such things simply ought not exist. And yet we also know that the evil they represent is one we would not really want eradicated.
Growing up in south central Connecticut as an avid sports fan, there are certain choices that you are forced to make upon birth. And being half way between New York and Boston immediately puts you in a bind. Almost as soon as you can speak, you are saying the names of your favorite sports teams at least that is how it was in my houseand right then and there you make life choices.