Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Wordless Wednesday



Who is this little guy and why is he here? He is the University of Wisconsin: Madison's own Bucky Badger. He is here to tell you that I attended my first collegiate event! My oldest daughter plays clarinet for the Pep Band and they played at the Milwaukee Admirals hockey game this weekend!
It was so much fun! They played before and during the game and really get the crowd going. At the end of the game, they came out on the ice and were playing and dancing around. It was the first time I got to see how much fun she is having in college. I couldn't be more happy for her and I am a proud mama:-)

36 comments:

lmerie said...

Fun! Glad you had a great time and you sound so proud (as you should)!

Smiles!!

Secret Mom Thoughts said...

Go Badgers!

Missy said...

Aww, great post! Cute little guy too! Glad to hear your daughter loves college

Judy said...

What fun to see your daughter playing and having fun. I love going to an Admirals game now and again.

Wifey Dessert said...

that sounds so fun!! i am glad you got to experience it!!

Katherine Aucoin said...

How wonderful. I know you were filled up with pride and happiness watching your daughter!

Amy said...

Got to love Bucky for sure!!!!! What fun you guys had.

Simply Sara said...

You sound so proud of her!
So sweet :)

Michelle said...

How fun! You must be proud. :)

Tiaras and Tantrums said...

wow - sounds fun!

Karen said...

College was so much better for me than high school. I really miss going to the football and basketball games. But, starting in the fall I'll be able to cheer on my baby brother at whichever college he finally settles on. Such fun!

Kendra said...

You should be proud! WTG!

Susie said...

WOW! College band-that is something to be proud of--especially at a giant school like Madison! That is so cool!
What instrument does she play?

Nina said...

I bet it was fun seeing her enjoy her new college life.

comeherelittlebug said...

Thanks for the pic comment susie, I always want to lick the screen when I get to your page LOL. Did you see my homemade post? It might be of interest to you...but no pressure, HONEST! Thanks for stopping by!

Maddy said...

Ooo college days. We never had the same sporting ties but I'm beginning to get the big picture of how things function out here. Just as well as it's probably only another 6 years until the first one disappears to that particular course.
Best wishes

Sarah said...

Neat! It is so great to be involved in your children's lives...even when they are almost grown up. :-)

pam said...

The company my husband works for is based out of Wisconsin, so I am quite familiar with that Badger:)

Thanks for stopping by with a comment.

Halftime Lessons said...

Being male, I should know what that mascot is...but I sure dont. This is my confessional.

;-)

Happy WW!!

Jay

Ann said...

I have never been to Wisconsin but my mom's friend lives there and she sent me a University of Wisconsin shirt when I was 9 or 10. I wore that shirt until it fell apart. The Badgers hold a special place in my heart.

Jennifer said...

It has been years since I was in WI. DH and I went to UW-Madison grad school. I miss Madison! Go Badgers!!

The Blonde Duck said...

Awww! That's great for sweet memories!

jenn said...

Sounds like fun. You should be proud.

Life with Kaishon said...

That badger is so cute. : ). I like Wisconsin because it reminds me of farms and cheese. 2 great things.

Upstatemomof3 said...

Sounds fun!!! Nothing like the pride for our kids doing their thing is there?

Muthering Heights said...

It must have been fun to see her play!

A Psych Mommy said...

Sounds like it was a great event!

katef - www.picklebums.com said...

I am not really sure what that is all about, but that is one cute mascot!
Happy WW

angie said...

How exciting. For you and your daughter!

Roxane said...

Aw horray for the Badgers! :)
ps. I gave you an award over on my blog, check it out when you get a chance!

Momisodes said...

What fun! So glad you had a chance to go and have a great time :)

blueviolet said...

You should be a proud mama!!!

Keri said...

Glad you enjoyed your first event!

angie said...

That sounds like so much fun!

Pamela Kramer said...

That does sound like fun! thanks for stopping by and Happy WW

Lea Ann said...

I can't wait until Hurricane Luka goes to the University of Iowa. (which I know he will because he already learned the fight song, and he's 2!)


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