Wednesday, July 6, 2011

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We decided to be sporty this 4th of July. I'm not very sporty, so I was dragging my feet all week in anticipation. It ended up being more fun than I though it would be. It also helped that there's a Shake Shack in the stadium and that we went with fun people....Hannah + Rob and Mark + Julie and the Homer Family.

27 comments:

  1. those french fries look magical. and would be moreso in my belly.

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  2. I feel like I am right there, Amanda! You are so frigging talented!

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  3. A SHAKE SHACK IN THE STADIUM?! whaaaaat! wow. that would certainly make sports all the more appealing! (i'm with you on the dragging of feet to watch them).

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  4. haha. looks like the homers were there too. i miss the shake shack.

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  5. two of my faves: baseball + shake shack! amazing.

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  6. yes, becca they were...do the homers have a blog??

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  7. you guys were so sporty—i was proud! and it was so hot. night games are SO much fun and breezy, especially with fireworks at the end. maybe another time ;)

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  8. i think baseball is the worst sport ever, but i looooove going to major league baseball games. looks like fun--great photos! :)

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  9. OH! SHAKE SHACK!!! that would be worth going to a game for... I actually hate watching baseball on TV but there is something i enjoy about being at the games.. I really think it's all the food you get to eat. :)

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  10. A sporty day once in a blue moon is fun! This sure looked fun!

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  11. I have always been limited to viewing your wonderful photos, but today I wanted to tell you that I look wonderful, and every photo I see, I was transported to where it was done. You're cute, and I love your blog.

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  12. sometimes it's the things we want to do the least that end up surprising us the most.

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  13. LOVE these pictures...you've got such style, lady. baseball and french fries and the 4th of july are perfection together!

    <3

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  14. oh, how delightful. i'm 40 minutes from fenway in boston and have never been to a game. this is inspiring me to take a trip!!!!

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  15. im not sporty either, but im always surprised how much i get "into it" once i'm there. :) looks like you guys had a great time. and how cute that you're friends with naomi and josh!! ahhh the blog world.

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  16. These photos are great. I especially like the first photo. The playing field is huge!

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  17. yeah, it's http://thehomersodyssey.blogspot.com/

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  18. thanks becca...just added them!

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  19. We get to cheer on the ever-terrible (but always our favorite) Nationals next month in Chicago. I'm hoping the Cubs' stadium has good concessions!

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  20. these photos are wonderful and make me miss america, oww. i never got into baseball, but i remember following the portland seadogs and thinking, what a ridiculous name. i don't think they were even in the big league.

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  21. if this isn't a way to celebrate the USA i am not sure what is... like you, i am not a sport person at all but i have fond memories of my dad taking us to ballgames when we were kids. great shots, love the reflections on the glass.

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  22. i love going to games like that - but just for all the fun food and drinks :)

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  23. im not a sporty type either...but i do love a good baseball game with peanuts and paper trays of ridiculously greasy food.

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