Sunday, January 27, 2013

GO TEAM! {Sunday In My City}

My husband is a high school teacher.
Every year the students and faculty look forward to ONE particular RIVALRY football game.
They celebrate the day before with a HUGE pep-rally.
The stands are filled with students.
There are no seats to be found!
Whenever a play is stopped, the band plays loud, inspiring tunes.
At the end of the game, the Raiders celebrate a VICTORY

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18 pretty purplexing comments:

  1. So fun!

    My highschool mascot was a Red Raider!!!

    Keetha

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  2. I love band pictures. That photo brought back great memories of my days in the high school marching and football band.

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  3. Rivalry football games are the best! The kids look like they're having so much fun. And why are there always a few guys going shirtless, even if it's cold out? lol

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  4. There is always that one team that is the biggest rival, isn't there? I learned that much in my short time at an American high school. Love the band uniforms! :)

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  5. Pep rallies are one of my most favorite memories of high school!

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  6. Never had a pep rally? I thought all schools did that.

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  7. It was so loud being in the midst of it too!

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  8. I played in the band too. 4th grade until I graduated.

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  9. There are always crazy guys out there somewhere when sports are involved! LOL

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  10. YAY! It was terrific being on the winning side!

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  11. The students get so worked up over it too! ;=D

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  12. me too! I've never seen one like the Pep Rally at my husband's school. They have dance routines and skits, even the teachers have their own dance! It's quite a show!

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  13. WAY TO GO : )
    I loved your pictures from the game. I am glad your team one!

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  14. Hi Becky. I just noticed you are from Souderton!! Not that far from me at all. Small world. Thanks for stopping by my blog!

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  15. I love the spirit you guys have in the USA when it comes to college football, when we were at Disneyland they had a college band and cheerleaders one afternoon and it was so fun to watch!!

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  16. I these pictures full of people all packed together and full of energy.

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