Friday, March 21, 2014

Notre Dame trip: Day five

Here are the pics of our last day in the midwest.

In the morning we went to Mass. It wasn't as cold as the day before,
but there was still snow on the ground.

We saw the winged Sedrics again. 

They were recording the Mass on video to broadcast online.

There were many people singing in the choir.

The buildings were very pretty with all the snow.

We went to see the Grotto so that my grandparents could light a candle.

The snow was very light and fluffy so it flew everywhere when I blew on it.

This picture is a little blurry because I took it from the car.

It started to snow once we left.
 After Mass we went to our friends' house and had a very big and delicious brunch.
Once we were finished with brunch, we said our goodbyes and my Dad and I threw                          one last snowball at each other. Then, we drove to the Chicago airport.
The weather was completely different in Chicago. There
were no clouds or snow.

I could see the city-part of Chicago in the distance.

This is America's second tallest building.

I thought this looked more like a giant vaccine at a doctors's
office than a building. 

I had a lot of fun at Notre Dame and I hope I can go there
again sometime soon!
Goodbye Notre Dame!


  1. Great pictures, Bunny!

    We should plan a family tailgate at the next MSU versus Notre Dame football game!

    - Uncle Joe