Monday, October 12, 2009

From the Plains to the Pacific

What a weird weekend! Friday night Southeast Varsity beat the Southwest Silverhawks and the Marching Knights had a fair half time performance. The weather was cool but very fall like. Saturday morning we woke up to about a half inch of snow on the ground. I took Erik to football practice and Brian and I worked on homework. It continued to flurry off and on throughout the morning and early afternoon.

Erik and I went to my mom's to cook dinner at about 4pm with temps hovering in the low 30's. After we ate a pre-planned hot and hearty meal we donned our long underware, waterproof boots and winter coats and headed to Lincoln High School to participate in the "Links" marching band competition. We came in 4th place overall and received a Division One Rating for our band and our Auxillary (the flag line). We were pleasantly surprised to win best auxillary in the competition. Go Knights.

Yesterday afternoon it was cool still so we stayed in and did homework and laundry. This morning we woke up to rain and it's threatening to stay around for the next 3 days. Guess we'll be breaking out our poncho's for tomorrow night's reserve football game.

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