Y’all I’m so excited to be joining up with some fun girls for Thursday Huddle!
Are you ready for some football? It’s that time of year again. Time to break out your favorite, jersey, munch on some wings, crack open a cold one, cheer for your favorite football team, and spend time with family and friends. What better way to bring on football season than sharing your favorite things about football with everyone! So I bring you the #ThursdayHuddleParty with Lexi from A Blissful Haven where everyone can see how you celebrate football! Be sure to link up every Thursday through football season. I would love to have you and can’t wait to read about your favorite things about football!
- Interested in Co-Hosting? Email Lexi at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Want to be featured? Email Lexi at email@example.com
- If you aren’t getting the email reminders about this link up and would like to, please let me know in the comments or send me an email for that.
Get to Know Your New Co-Host:
What You Can Link Up:
*Anything Football Related such as, recipes to make for Game Day, fashion posts that relate to sportswear/Game Day/what to wear to games, memories relating to football, DIY Football Crafts, updates on your kids’ football games, etc.
Linkup Rules (Guidelines):
- Follow your host and co-hosts in some way
- Link up your Thursday Huddle post, NOT your blog URL
- Use the hashtag #ThursdayHuddleParty when you share on social media
- Grab the button and display it on your blog so others can join the party
Football season is in full swing yall! The Gamecocks took home the W last week. Listen, a win is a win, even if its an ugly win. Since last week’s game was in Charlotte in a neutral location, I decided to tackle neutral site locations first. The game was in Charlotte, which is one of my favorite cities, so it was easy for me to plan out pregame. I left work early, got some things done around the house AKA finished packing and made lunch and hit the road to Charlotte. My parents were running a tad late (normal these days) so I had time to relax in the hotel room and get ready unrushed.
Neutral site games can be hard to drag all of your stuff to unknown territory, even the opposing team doesn’t really know what they are getting themselves into. As my parents were coming into town, I called in and went a picked up some of our favorite BBQ at Queen City Q. They picked me up there and we headed to Bank of America Stadium to find a place to park and eat our delicious dinner. Then it was GAME TIME! My sweet parents surprised me with CLUB LEVEL SEATS!!!! It was so fun!
Football season is truly the best season of the year!! How’s your team doing this year?