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 Ok, Camille talking now… From the moment I met David, baseball was a part of our lives. When I graduated from college and shortly after we got married, I decided to stop working in favor of traveling with him while he pursued this crazy dream of becoming a major league baseball player. At that time – 2012 – I started documenting our adventures in baseball together because my passion has always been writing, and I needed a way to release all the craziness that accompanied our lives. David made his MLB debut in 2013 with the New York Yankees, the same year that we welcomed our first baby. Since then, we had another baby boy, and David retired from playing. Now a coach for the New York Yankees, our adventures in baseball do not appear to be slowing down, in fact, I would say we are approaching the adolescent years. Because of this, I decided to start documenting it from a whole new perspective.


Living as a Vegan with an Omnivore Husband

By Camille | Apr 1, 2012

Let me preface this entry by saying that I am still battling being a 100% vegan.   I follow a predominantly vegan diet, eliminating all but the occasional dairy and eggs.    Now I can tell you that the only eggs I eat are the ones beautifully stuffed inside of Morningstar’s frozen concoctions, which I depend way …

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Inconsolable by Destiny

By Camille | Mar 31, 2012

It was only a few hours ago that I had planned on writing about destiny and how everything in life happens for a reason.   I will elaborate on my reasoning for that in a moment, but I have to begin this blog with some sad news that has me on the verge of being inconsolable. …

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To be or not to be… a college freshman.

By Camille | Mar 29, 2012

It was 2004, David and I had just celebrated our three-year anniversary.    After a successful junior year in high school, both academically and athletically, and a few promising summer showcases, David began to make a name for himself among pro and college scouts.   His last year of varsity baseball was upon us and as quickly …

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A Time to Reminisce

By Camille | Mar 28, 2012

For those of you who don’t know the story of how David and I met here is some background. It was August 2000 and I was the ripe age of thirteen enjoying my awkward phase as an 8th grader. All of a sudden, I heard that a group of baseball players had sought out a …

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A Woman From the Rib

By Camille | Mar 25, 2012

“When making a decision of minor importance, I have always found it advantageous to consider all the pros and cons. In vital matters, however, such as the choice of a mate or a profession, the decision should come from the unconscious, from somewhere within ourselves. In the important decisions of personal life, we should be …

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Tick Tock

By Camille | Mar 23, 2012

I can’t believe Spring Training is almost over.  It feels like just yesterday that I went to the first game, an exhibition against USF at Steinbrenner Field.   I have been visiting David every other weekend since, and after only a few days in Tampa last week, I have a darker tan than I’ve had …

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Pro Athletes Outreach and Baseball Chapel

By Camille | Mar 18, 2012

I decided to come back to Tampa this weekend in order to attend a conference for baseball wives and girlfriends hosted by PAO and Baseball Chapel. I was pleasantly surprised at the number of women who attended and how enjoyable the conference actually was. Although I would consider myself very spiritual, I couldn’t tell you …

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Persevere and Shine

By Camille | Mar 14, 2012

Per·se·vere, verb               to persist in anything undertaken; maintain a purpose in spite of difficulty, obstacles, or discouragement; continue steadfastly. Perseverance is a principal theme in the life of a baseball player.    There are many situations in which baseball can test an athlete trying to make strides in the …

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I read it in the stars.

By Camille | Mar 12, 2012

If you know me, you also know that I love astrology.   I own as many astrology books as I do coffee mugs.   Yes – I am a self-proclaimed coffeeholic!   I have swayed back and forth between obsession and mere intrigue when it comes to astrology. From a very early age, I had a fascination with …

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