Ok, it's been awhile since I've been pestered by a fly, but low and behold as I was doing my program yesterday an obstinate little winged creature decided to distract me whenever possible. Growing up flies were a constant nuisance in the summer, we kids gave them plenty of opportunities to take up residence as we were constantly in and out slamming the screen door. There were always a couple of strategically placed fly swatters in the house to decimate their population. Since I haven't seen a fly in our house for the past several years the fly swatter had long disappeared. It seems this wiley beast knew that and buzzed me constantly. This morning, armed with the latest in swatter technology, I waited for my opportunity, unfortunately the years have taken the toll on my cat like reflexes and have yet to even frighten it, but I assure you by the end of the day I will be victorious and my wife will celebrate the return of the great hunter.
Ames High Baseball heads to Principal Park in Des Moines to take on Knoxville at 6:45 pm. Sports Director Dave Sprau will cover all the action on the Hometown Station of the Little Cyclones 1430KASI AM, 1430kasi.com and on your FREE iHeart APP.