Celebrating Good Times

It was a big week and weekend here in Tuscaloosa. Thursday we got snow! It snowed for a few hours and it finally began sticking. The amounts ranged from 1 inch to 3 inches and everyone loved it.

There was even a snowball fight on campus, including a few football players. Unfortunately the snow melted almost as quickly as it came, but we made the most of it while it was here.

Bryant Denny in the snow (Copyright photo by @tifany_nicole)

Bryant Denny in the snow (Copyright photo by @tifany_nicole)

The Roll Tide weekend began on Friday, when Alabama’s gymnastics team hosted its first home meet of the season. The No. 6 Crimson Tide defeated No. 5 LSU 196.575-195.525. Alabama’s on a quest to win three straight national championships, and is so far, so good with a 2-0 start.

Ashley Sledge on the floor rotation

Ashley Sledge on the floor rotation

On Saturday, Alabama celebrated its 15th national championship. For the first time since the 1992 championship, Alabama featured a parade as part of the celebration. Before the parade fans could take their picture with the three national championship trophies. But, the highlight of the event seemed to be after the speeches, when Alabama allowed the massive crowd of people to go onto the field. The entrance was roped off to lead us through the tunnel just like the football team does on Saturdays. I’ve been on the field before, but its always fun to go again.

 

Tara and me on the 50-yard line of Bryant-Denny

Tara and me on the 50-yard line of Bryant-Denny

 

Trophies on trophies on trophies

Trophies on trophies on trophies

 

Obie the Orange joined Big Al in the parade

Obie the Orange joined Big Al in the parade

 

Everyone's favorite strength and conditioning coach, Scott Cochran

Everyone’s favorite strength and conditioning coach, Scott Cochran

 

Heading onto the field

Heading onto the field

It was a great weekend, and its even better knowing we have a short week ahead of us.

Take the first step in faith. You don’t have to see the full staircase, just take the first step.

-Martin Luther King, Jr.

 

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