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Around The Horn: Favorite Baseball Memory...


I saw this link-up over at A Peek at Karen's World and just knew that I had to join & follow Jessa & Kasey cuz I love me some baseball & love to read gals who love the sports!  :)

So, this is about your favorite baseball memory.  There are so many special times I've had at Miller Park, the home of the Milwaukee Brewers but if I have to pick just one, I'm gonna go with the game I went to as my bachelorette party.  The Brewers didn't win but it was so much fun.


The bus ride.


Crazy monkey on one of our stops.


Shake your groove thang, ladies!  My friend, Renee, & Aunt Julie.


Ran into some old friends, Paul & Jesse.  I grew up with Jesse.


Our whole section.


Me about to climb the wall for the whole stadium to watch...
I wasn't able to hit the target though.  :(


The girls & I with the two ladies from the "Brew Crew".


Grandma, Mom, Sunshine & I just goofing around.


Three of my crazy bridesmaids - Melinda, Jennifer & Jill - & lil Gladys.


My MOH/Bestie, Kim, & Melinda up to some shenanigans.


Where we sat.

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  1. okay. I am 400% on board with a baseball game bachelorette party. that is fantastic. I'm so glad you found us + joined in!!!!

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    1. It was a lot of fun & really, it price for everything wasn't bad at all. Now, if only the Brewers could have won for me, it would have been even better.

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  2. WOW! That's just an awesome party and memory.

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    1. It was pretty amazing. I wanted a bachelorette party that all ages could attend and enjoy. :)

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  3. I wish I could've been there! I'm glad you had such a blast though! :)

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    1. I wish that you could have too...my next wedding. ;)

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