As we neared the stadium, I told Finn to watch for the "castle." When we rounded the corner his eyes got wide and he said, "You're right, it DOES look like a castle!" It was fun to share this experience with the California crew and our friends, Pat and Jake. The day was even better since K-State totally dominated from the get-go!
|Did I mention that it was really sunny?|
|Did I also mention that we had to stand almost |
the whole game? Luckily for the littlest fans, there
were some strong arms around!
|This guy was busy doing a lot of push-ups!|
|K - S - U Wildcats!|
It was Senior Day - which meant it was Weston's last home football game. We'll always be cheering for K-State, but it's definitely not going to be the same next year. We've gotten accustomed to watching for #17 during the kickoffs and punts. Thank you, Weston, for being somewhat of a small-town ambassador during your years at K-State. You have represented your family and your community extremely well! And you have been an example for us to point Caiden to when it comes to hard work and persistence!
|I wonder what Coach Snyder had to say!|
|The families all lined up to greet the seniors - Weston's family is in the|
|The whole team made a lap around the stadium after the game.|
The kids got to high-five all of them!
The highlight for the kids may have been playing on the field after the game. Weston's dad told us that in their experience, K-State has been the only Bix XII stadium to allow people onto the field after games. Caiden's dream is to play on there for real someday! :) For now, he'll settle for tackling his cousins!