Auburn vs Alabama 28-18 Tigers Win 2005 Iron Bowl

This weekend was a blast. We flew from Denver to Atlanta to visit the farm and take in a fantastic Auburn/Alabama football game. Once on the plane, I spent several glorious hours knitting and reading. Getting to Denver, however, was a bit of a challenge because of the snow through the passes, but it was also very beautiful.

Game day began with the traditional Tiger Walk in which the players walk through the sea of orange and blue clad fans on their way to the stadium. Can you see them?

Once the crowd dispersed we made our way into the stadium where Scott and the boys were able to go down and catch practice field goal kicks as they came through the goal post upright. This is one of Scott’s favorite things to do at the games.

Here is a partial group of the brave souls that enjoyed/endured the game. Every seat was occupied throughout the entire game.

The game was fantastic, especially if you are an AUBURN fan. We are already looking forward to next year!


Front Row Children
Martha, Issac, Abby, Gabriel, and Jacob
Front Row Adults
Sarah and Chris Marchio (parents of all the small children pictured)
Back Row
Levi, Dale and Larry Fillmer(Elders), Deborah and Scott Fillmer (brother of Sarah and his wife)


WAR EAGLE

My Birthday is Not Too Far Off Now

What Does Your Birth Date Mean? I found this while looking up stuff on my birthday today. It feels a little horoscopish but it’s kinda cool. Apparently I’m…

You work well with others. That is, you’re good at getting them to do work for you. It’s true that you get by on your charm. But so what? You make people happy! You’re dynamic, clever, and funny. And people like to have you around. But you’re so restless, they better not expect you to stay around for long.

Your strength: Your superstar charisma
Your weakness: Commitment means nothing to you
Your power color: Fuchsia
Your power symbol: Diamond
Your power month: May

Operation Christmas Child from Samaritan’s Purse

This Wednesday our weekly Bible study at church was replaced by a gift wrapping party for Operation Christmas Child from Samaritan’s Purse. We enjoyed our weekly pot-luck dinner and then it was on to the wrapping and filling of the shoe boxes.

The church filled 50 boxes last year and the goal was 100 for this year. We did it!! This program is such a blessing to both those children who receive the boxes and especially to those filling them. May God place these boxes in the hands of those who need them the most.

Operation Christmas Child from Samaritan's Purse

This Wednesday our weekly Bible study at church was replaced by a gift wrapping party for Operation Christmas Child from Samaritan’s Purse. We enjoyed our weekly pot-luck dinner and then it was on to the wrapping and filling of the shoe boxes.

The church filled 50 boxes last year and the goal was 100 for this year. We did it!! This program is such a blessing to both those children who receive the boxes and especially to those filling them. May God place these boxes in the hands of those who need them the most.