Last Saturday we went to an Oakland A's game to support their day for Autism Awareness. It was a great day and nice to be able to sit with other families with kids with autism and know that we probably had the most patient section of stadium seats in the ballpark. We get it, we understand it, and we accept it.
Nana and her boys.
View from our seats. Not bad...but you will soon see, it will change just a bit.
Notice anything different? We are now under the overhang and in jackets where the coldness has taken over our body. Our seats in the above picture were smack dab in the sun and 70 degrees in a concrete jungle feels more like 90. So, we headed up to the top of our section, through on our jackets and the free blankets they were giving away, and enjoyed the rest of the game.
Nana treated everyone to snow cones in a cup. Best silence money can buy.
If you don't photobomb a selfie...you're just lame.
Fun day, fun people, fun game. See you next year!