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Suzanne Haney

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Bluebonnets are the state flower of Texas, and every spring they spring up along highways and blanket open fields around the state. But particularly in the Hill Country, which is where Suzanne Haney stopped to take this photo recently.

Other places you'll find Suzanne these days: On the big screen, sharing a scene with one of the leads (Brooklyn Decker) of the action movie Battleship; and in her husband's TV series, The Haney Project. Battleship premiered in the UK on April 11 and opens in the USA on May 18, and Suzanne will be attending the American premiere in a couple weeks.

As for The Haney Project, Suzanne will be showing up over the final three episodes. In this season, Hank Haney is tutoring Adam Levine, Mario Batali, Angie Everhart and Sugar Ray Leonard.

And how is Suzanne's game these days? It's "improving - I have played a lot more and (am) getting over the beginner's hump," she told me. "I can shape some shots now, as well as make a birdie or two. ... It takes getting better to see your potential and now I am getting addicted."

(Photo courtesy of Suzanne Haney, and you can also see it currently as her Twitter profile pic.)

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