A few days ago, I saw a comment on my post Sahvanna Jaquish Game One MVP. The comment from Brett Alan alerted me to a post on his blog that he felt would interest me. I clicked the link, which took me to the Baseball Card Breakdown blog, and was surprised to see Mike Squires Appreciation post (Post for Johngy).
The post started with a nice compliment to me, followed by the blogger lamenting that I have never commented on his blog. He wrote it was one of his life goals to have me comment on his blog.
He mentioned my fandom of former Chicago White Sox player Mike Squires and to further sweeten the pot, he created seven custom Mike Squires cards. He went above and beyond by using pictures not seen on other cards. He made interesting card design choices, too. These cards are beautiful and much appreciated. Below is his take on a 1988 Topps hockey card featuring Squires.
The truth is I am a regular reader of Baseball Card Breakdown. The other truth is I do not comment enough on other blogs. There are so many great ones out there and I know how much comments are appreciated. With the second half of 2020 recently started, I will make a half-year resultion to comment more on other blogs.
Baseball Card Breakdown is very entertaining. Obviously, sports cards are a big pat of the blog, but there is also other fun stuff, too. Recently, he featured a new dessert discovery. Because he is a self-admitted dessert guy, I wonder what his thoughts are on cannoli, the greatest dessert ever created.
One successful blog is enough for most of us, but not this guy. He also produces the 1991 MusiCards Blog, a fun trip through the 1991 Pro Set MusiCards set.
Brett Alan asked for a comment and I gave him one on his post, but his grand gesture deserved more. I encourage all to check out Baseball Card Breakdown and 1991 MusicCards.