Author Archives: Let's Play Nine

About Let's Play Nine

Hello everyone. My name is David and I'm a husband and father from western New York. I've had this blog for a few years now and because of changes that I've made in my life, I've decided to change the layout and direction of it. My goal is to not only share more of myself and my personal goals, but to also be a blessing to all of you who take time out of your day to read my content.

Send Some Prayers

While you’re celebrating Christmas Eve tonight with family and loved ones, please take time to remember the Stottlemyre family in your prayers. Yankee great Mel Stottlemyre is currently reported to be “fighting for his life” this Christmas Eve, according to … Continue reading

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Let Your Vote Be Your Voice

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Oh Baby Noel… Papa is waiting…

Happy New Year to you all. I truly hope that God blesses you with grace and abundance in 2016. I can honestly say that this is the quietest and strangest New Year’s Eve that I’ve ever experienced. It’s the first … Continue reading

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2015 World Series – Game 1 Live Blog

Warning: I will attempt my very first live blog of any sporting event. It’s fitting that I do it with two teams that I’m not a fan of and I don’t cheer for… this will prevent a lot of colorful … Continue reading

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Guess what Mets fans…

The tarp is off the field and they’re announcing the starting lineups… And I’m cheering for the Mets! The Mets win this series in 6 games! Let’s GO!!!!

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“Hey Mets fans… don’t forget where you’re from.”

Generally I don’t get involved in back and forth banter when it comes to websites like the NY Post and such but it’s World Series time I’m all in. A few different websites are reporting that Mets fans are not … Continue reading

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In The Foxhole

“If you were trapped in a foxhole and could only have one person in it with you to help you get out, who would you want that to be?” I’ve heard this question asked by many interviewers to many people from different walks of … Continue reading

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