Hey guys, Drew back here! I am officially home from my school for good, and I will be transferring to a local school in less than a month! I ultimately concluded that the decision would be for my best interest, as I simply did not fit in to SUNY Cortland one bit. Now, rather than having to pretend to be someone I'm not, I can be myself, focus on my own hobbies at home, and hang out with a few of my friends who go to the same school. But, we've got a bit of a ways until all of that is underway, and in the meantime Christmas time is here again!
William always sends me Christmas and birthday gifts, which is unbelievably thoughtful. I try my hardest to reciprocate his kind deeds, but it will be awfully hard to beat this beautiful card that came in my mailbox a few days ago!
Out of 2010 Topps Sterling, this is a Yogi Berra triple relic numbered 21 of 25! This isn't my first Berra relic, but it just may be the nicest one I've had the pleasure of adding to my collection thus far. I'm going to go out on a limb and assume most everyone reading this can't fit a box of Sterling into their budgets (myself being one of them), but do yourself a favor and go on eBay and pick something up from the product. These glove cards have a leather texture and makes the theme of the card work perfectly alongside the relics themselves. I'm so happy to have this in my Berra PC now, and I hope to add more cards like this in the future!
Thank you so much for the amazing gift William! You have a knack for finding stuff for me that fits in perfectly towards my collection, and I'm thrilled to add some Sterling goodness into my box. I hope you enjoy your gift, which should arrive any day now hopefully.
If I don't get on here before Christmas, I want to wish all of you a happy holiday! Thanks so much for reading, commenting, and participating in the blog; it's an absolute honor to still have such a friendly following continue through years of blogging. You have no idea how much it all means to me, because this blog has helped me grow up and find something in myself that I never knew existed. I'm going to be majoring in Communication at my new school with a concentration in Sports Communication, and I couldn't have chosen that without the countless posts and interactions I've had the pleasure of making with all of you over the years. From the bottom of my heart, thank you.
Happy Holidays, and for now, See Ya!