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And It Begins......

College Football season 2009


Pre-game snowee because it was hot and we were ahem an hour early. Gives us a chance to see daddy and socialize a little (makes for a LONG game)
Dad hard at work conferring with the Defensive Coordinator

Dalton was a little bored with the game at this point and wanted to pose (which he never wants to do). So I took advantage of the great photo op!!!

The smell of tailgating and a hint of fall weather welcomed us and the game did not disappoint! I still have a little excitement over it today. We loved all the new stuff that the team has including the sweet new turf. The kids enjoyed running around on it after the game. Here's to a great season! Go UTES!

Preview for my next post: The Things That Matter Most (discuss it here then see the post coming soon!)

Comments

Tara said…
I'll have to keep my eye out for the Utes this year. Good luck!

Go Tar Heels!
Jane said…
What fun! James and Julia were so happy when they say Peyton and Dalton's dad on tv last night, they had to rewind it a couple of times. Congrats on the win!
R Clan said…
All I can say is those snow cones look goooooood! lol :)
Karen said…
Congrats on a great start to the season!
totally hit it with the post title...another season my friend! can you believe it!...go utes!
Lynette said…
I only have one thing to say to you there BFF. GO COUGARS. However I still love ya.

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