Here it is!
|Having breakfast with Kate's Mom.|
|After breakfast we drove to Notre Dame with my Grandma and Grandpa|
for the football game. It started to snow on our way there!
|Taking a picture next to Ara Parseghian.|
|Standing next to the basketball court.|
|Tailgating with my Grandma and Grandpa.|
In this picture we are sitting in my Dad's work boss' car.
They tailgated with us to, and provided most of the food.
|The snacks were very good.|
|Once it got to be only an hour or two before the game, everyone went to the|
architecture building for the Concert on the Steps, and listened to the band.
|The sun shined out of the clouds on the dome for a few minutes.|
I thought it was very pretty.
|My Grandpa said my Mom took a picture (and the next one) just like this.|
|He said my Mom took one like this too.|
|After the band played on the steps, they got inspected then they marched|
down to the foot ball field! The cheerleaders came first...
|...then the Irish guards.|
|After the Irish guards, came the band members with flutes.|
It is the instrument that my Mom played in the band!
|A little while after the flutes came the baritones, the instrument that my Dad played in the band!|
|More flutes (piccolos to).|
|We got our seats (and some hot chocolate), then we watched the band come on!|
|It started to snow again when the players came out.|
It was seventeen degrees fahrenheit! Eight degrees with the windchill!
|At halftime the band came on!|
|They depicted the first successful forward pass done in football|
(done in 1913 by Notre Dame) and the Notre Dame symbol
(as shown here). They did all of this while playing different music for each one!
|Going back on the field.|
|Eating dinner in the dining hall. There was all kinds of different food there.|
It was hard to choose what to eat!
Many people say that he was one of the best football coaches ever.