Maybe not as epic as the Creation of Adam but this deal comes at a close second 💸 Get your Lock-In ticket for $20 when you purchase a Winter Pass! ❄️ (perfect lighting and posing not included) 🗓 11:30pm - 6am | Jan. 26th-27th
❤️ // On Tuesday’s at FGSN we feature a fellow Fangirl. Today I want to send lots of love to Natalie, our @pistonsfgsn. If you’re a Detroit sports lover, she also covers the Lions as @lionsfgsn. Looking forward to our game tomorrow! #FangirlNation
There were many things since the end of the year. We went to New Orleans first. Jazz town, New Orleans. We can hear the performance of jazz from the street corner.
The sun sets on another football season, now it's on to Mardi Gras!
I found #kingcake and it tastes mighty good 🎭🍰
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I’ve updated this years guide to Mardi Gras in New Orleans so have a read through the link in bio. You can find what to do, the parade schedule, what to wear and definitely what to eat! 💜💚💛
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Questions? Leave me a comment here or on the blog!
On the heels of last night’s disappointment, I have been shocked to see the outpouring across social media of people who acknowledge the bad call but are specifically celebrating that the Saints’ “obnoxious fanbase” got what they deserved. I had no idea how many people had that attitude. Fine if you have problem with coaches or athletes or other aspects of that game, but to specifically feel Saints fans deserved something awful and to be taking pleasure in it?? But what these people don’t understand, is that what they consider “obnoxious,” the chants of 𝑾𝑯𝑶 𝑫𝑨𝑻, the black and gold second lines, the Dome exploding yesterday in deafening roars, is actually New Orleanians doing what they do in every aspect of life including football. We throw a parade or a festival for everything here, we costume on a hundred days other than Halloween, we gather with friends and family to have parties and eat our delicious food for a million reasons, so of course we’d hold second lines and pep rallies for our beloved team. And of course the city was literally bursting at the seams with pride and parties for them, because that’s how we live here, with 𝗽𝗮𝘀𝘀𝗶𝗼𝗻. So for everyone who’s feeling down today, remember that you woke up in one of the best cities in the world this morning and get to do that everyday. And for all those haters, we’re sorry that you woke up in any city USA again today and don’t get to experience or even understand this thing we call 𝐍𝐎𝐋𝐀 life, and by the way, your jealousy is showing. 🖤💛🖤
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