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Sunday, October 5, 2008

Go Broncos!

Today Jeremiah wore his Denver Broncos warm-up outfit to church, which prompted a lot of "Way to go!"s and "Go Broncos!" comments. One kind gentleman said, "You're Broncos fans? Want two tickets to today's game?" Of course we did! Paul has never been to a professional football game, despite having played four years in high school. The Raders and Rams left LA before his dad thought he was old enough to deal with the rough crowds there, so he never went to a game. Martin has said, "There was more action in the stands in those games than on the field."

So today was Jeremiah and Paul's first professional football game! And the Broncos came through to win against the Bucks 16-13. It was a close game and the weather kept things interesting by thoroughly soaking us during the 3rd quarter. However, we had been warned about the possibility of isolated afternoon storms so we were prepared with our rain gear. And unlike the rough crowds at the games in LA, the fans and people at the stadium today were kind, but very excited and enthusiastic about their team. Totally different than any description I've heard of a Raider's game experience. This is the kind of event I would definitely bring my kids to again.

God bless you all!

Love,

3 special thoughts:

AquaJane said...

You are very creative. Your blog is beautiful! God bless you and especially Jeremiah.
Jane

Neabear said...

Sounds like you had a great day! How cool to get those tickets! Jeremiah is so cute as always.

Grandma Bea said...

This little champion can heal the sick and raise the dead (in spirit if not in body) with that radiant face!!!! Pass this boy around, Hallelujiah! There could be no greater cheerleader than this little power packed bundle of enthusiasm and joy....reminds us of his dad, A LOT!!!
Grandma Bea