A little baseball

Our spring break started as the school bell rang.

So how did we kick it off?

A little LSU/ARK baseball!

Our seats were awesome.

The weather .. textbook perfect.

I love baseball.

I understand it unlike every other sport. LOL

Maddy and her friend Jordan even enjoyed the game.

I had to smile when they both walked out ready to go..

Rockin' their 80's do.. ;)

It didn't really matter who won this game.

When it comes to LSU and ARK...it's a win win in our house.

Between the 4 of us we consumed way too much stadium food.

My favorite part of baseball... popcorn!

Can you believe when we made it home late last night...

I was hungry!

Baseball will do that to ya!

The highlight of Marc's night..

On the way home we had to stop at his office.

Keep in mind that he works in Baton Rouge.

We pulled up to see this!!!

Four deer!!

What a night~

xoxo Susie


  1. Oh I'm so jealous you got to go. Arkansas Razorback baseball is my favorite. We have season tickets to all the home games. It stinks we lost last night. I hope you guys had a great time!

  2. Opening Day is this Thursday! Yay!!!! Baseball has such history and family memmories. I love the game. Now you have to make a baseball sign! I am an ardent Red Sox fan...I can't wait for the new season!

  3. What a fun way to start spring break! They were rockin that 80's hair! Oh and thanks, ...now I need popcorn!

  4. My husband would have been as happy as Marc if he saw those deer too. I swear where ever we go that man of mine can see deer waaaaay out in a field.

  5. I so wanted to go to that game but had other plans. I'll be at the LSU/Alabama game in 2 weeks though. Geaux Tigers!

  6. Wooo Pig Sooie! So glad you all had such a great time. Love baseball as well.

  7. Woo Pig Sooie, Susie! Before the holidays, I sent you an email about the Razorback sign you made a while back for your husband's office (or for someone that works at his office?). Do you know yet if you would be willing to recreate another one for a Lonesome Razorback living in Dawg Country in Georgia? :) Thanks! -Courtney

  8. How do I purchase a sign?

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