Well, now that 2015 has ended, I can’t help but reflect upon what a truly enjoyable year it was for me both personally and as a fan of the Chicago Cubs. In the midst of planning a wedding, taking on new career opportunities, beginning the pursuit of an MBA program, and finally getting married, the Cubs were proving that they belonged in the Major League spotlight and, boy, was it exciting. While my Internet persona is self-deprecating and rarely serious, it was a true joy to be able to watch the Cubs grow in a social environment where I can share my thoughts (as terrible as they sometimes are) with the hope that maybe somewhere it made someone laugh. Cubs Twitter, much like actually being a fan of the team, can be exhausting at times. This year, however, it was a little different. This year, the hope I had as a fan just never left, even during the bad times.
At the beginning of the year I was lucky enough to meet many of you while you either attended or covered the Cubs Convention. Meeting up with strangers from the Internet was a terrifying experience for someone with social anxiety, …Read the Rest
Source:: Cubs Insider