I LOVE sports!!!!
Fav Teams: Braves, Falcons, Hawks, Georgia Tech
Fav Artists: Taylor Swift, Luke Bryan, The Band Perry, Kip Moore,
Fav TV Shows: Heart Of
Fav Color: Purple
Fav Season: Summer
The one person I would love to meet: Jennifer Aniston
The clothes in my closet have to be in color coordinated.
Freckles’ Baseball Babe of the Week!
29 (November 17, 1983)
- Nick is of Greek and German descent
- Nick was born on Long Island, New York, but he later moved to Woodstock, Georgia with his family
- In August 2003, he played in the European National Championships, winning a silver medal with Team Greece. He also played for the Greek Olympic baseball team in the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, Greece
- Nick attended Woodstock High School
- The Right Side Foundation was started by Nick and his wife Christina on May 28, 2009. The foundation was created to help distressed children, whether they are disadvantaged, sick, lonely, or grieving throughout Maryland
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Study Pinpoints Moment High Heels Will Cause You Pain: 1 Hour, 6 Minutes and 48 Seconds
It’s no secret that high heels are painful -- but you can lengthen the time you wear them by watching the clock.
A study by the Britain
The survey of 2,000 women and men found that more than 40 percent of women and 12 percent of men said they prefer to wear ill-fitting shoes for fashion.
“Any shoes with a heel higher than two inches are a concern,” College of Podiatry
That advice may fall on deaf ears for younger women, who are more likely to own a pair of six-inch heels. About 20 percent of women between the ages of 18 to 24 own at least a pair of the mentioned sky-high heels compared to only three percent of women between the ages of 35 to 44 who do.
For women who wear heels on their night out, about 28 percent admitted to walking back home barefooted at the end of their evening.
The study also reported that women own 17 pairs of shoes while men only own eight on average.
Orly has taken the nail polish craze one step further with mood polish. It's like a mood ring, but for your nails! Their "Shade Shifter" top coats are designed to be used with their gel lacquer polish. The top coat is black, and as your mood or body temperature changes, the color underneath begins to come through. It's like wearing a different color every hour of the day. (Ladyish)
Sandlot Stars Chauncey Leopardi, Patrick Renna Reunite for Film's 20th Anniversary
You're killing me, Smalls! Sandlot costars Chauncey Leopardi (Squints) and Patrick Renna (Ham) reunited at a Minnesota Twins game on May 17 to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the 1993 cult classic.
(Photo: Courtesy of Chauncey Leopardi)
Leopardi, now 31, and Renna, now 34, are currently traveling with director David Mickey Evans on a nationwide tour to host special screenings of the baseball comedy. The stars paid a visit to Target Field in Minneapolis
"Seeing these guys, it's like we were never apart," Renna said.
"It's been a while," Evans added. "I get to hang out with them. It was lump in the throat time. We've kept in touch a little bit and keep tabs on each other."
The cast happily posed for photos with Twins players, who, understandably, are big fans of the film. "It's to the point where I'm a little bit older than most of the players," Leopardi said. "So it's cool that they kind of grew up with it so when I do meet major league players, as happy as I am to meet them, it's mutual."
And they all have a mutual love for baseball.
"Honestly, that's kind of what the sport of baseball is about. It's about teamwork and teammates," Renna said. "But there's something more to baseball than, in my opinion, any other sport. Even coming and watching a baseball game, the experience. I think that's why Sandlot has stood the test of time so well because it's about so much more. It's not just your typical sports movie."