Dan and I recently cheered on the Red Sox at Fenway Park — it’s always so much fun! I love watching the evening sky change colors over the field, and the energy of the crowd is infectious.
You may have seen a Red Sox ticket giveaway over on our Instagram last week, which was made possible by a partnership with Nellie’s Free Range Eggs. Nellie’s Eggs are Certified Humane, free-range, and are now the “official egg” of the Boston Red Sox! It is really important to me to buy free range eggs for our home, so I am glad to see that this is important to The Red Sox as well. In fact, Certified Humane, free-range eggs are more nutritious than conventionally sourced eggs, so whether your feeding a full baseball team, or just the team at home, your body can better benefit from purchasing high quality eggs! You can even tell that free-range eggs are more nutritious because the yolks have a deeper gold color.
As part of Nellie’s Free Range’s partnership with The Red Sox, July 13th was designated as Free Range Egg Day at Fenway! It was a beautiful day, and although the Red Sox didn’t win, the crowd cheered them on with high spirits. Serena learned the song “Take Me Out to the Ball Game” song at school, and her rendition is so cute. We will have to bring her along next time if it is an afternoon game. It is such a quintessential Boston outing!
This post is in collaboration with Nellie’s Free Range Eggs. Thanks for reading The Boston Day Book!
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