#1,772 Go Tornadoes.

Tonight, in true fall form, on the eve of the first day of the last week of Ben’s career in ministry, we went to the football game at Laurel High School to watch our students  take the field for senior night. When we started at FUMC, they weren’t even in the youth program yet. They were still children! Aaagghhhh! How do you parents deal with time? It’s a thief. 

Anyway, we bundled up (hooray!) and took some selfies in Mississippi’s first lighted football stadium–affectionately known around here as “The Bricks,” built down into the earth like a bowl with the nicest running track I’ve ever seen.

And we won! The tornadoes beat their big rivals, the Wayne County war eagles, in the last few moments of the game: 23-17. Woo! 

And as you can probably tell by how small the photos are, I’m so sleepy I’m blogging from my phone in bed again. I think I’ll just rest my eyes for a minute…


Erin

Friday, October 24th, 2014

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2 thoughts on “#1,772 Go Tornadoes.

    • They look super cute, but comfort wise they're not great. No arch support, stiff soles, and the faux shearling isn't for warmth—just for looks mostly. But for one season and $30, I love them! I can throw them out next season without a loss. 😉

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