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MARCIEMCGOWAN
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going to see a baseball game today

Saturday, May 18, 2013

My dad is taking us to a baseball game today. emoticon We are gong to see the Creighton Bluejays play at TD Ameritrade park at 1:00 today. I am excited. I have not been inside the new park yet. I have driven by many times. It will be fun to see a game there. We use to go to Rosenblatt stadium to watch local baseball. It was tore down and now we have two new baseball fields. TD Ameritrade is the new home to the NCAA College World Series. The second place is in Sarpy County and is the new home for the Omaha Storm Chasers (farm team for KC Royals) emoticon
I am going to bring my new camera and take some pictures. I will update my blog and post photos later.
I will eat before I go and bring a empty bottle for water while at the baseball park. Food there is just too expensive. I also plan to get up and walk around if I can. I want to keep walking. emoticon
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  • v DEEO12
    The food is really pricy there and not to mention full of high calories. WTG in eating before you go.
    1103 days ago
  • v HEARTS116
    emoticon
    1103 days ago
  • v BLITZEN40
    Have a great time!
    1103 days ago
  • v SUGAR0814
    Have fun! emoticon
    1103 days ago
  • v KPETSCHE
    My hubby and daughter went to the Creighton vs. Univ of Nebraska Lincoln team play there on Tuesday night. It's a beautiful stadium although it's lacking the terrific history of Rosenblatt stadium. Have fun and can't wait to see your pictures.
    1103 days ago
  • v DWSCHUYLER
    Love, love love baseball! From pro to college to high school to Little League! It sounds like you have a healthy plan. Smelling the food only is no calories. Have a wonderful time with your family! emoticon
    1103 days ago
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