U of M vs that ohio team
...saturday, november 26, 2011...day 167...
Saturday was a momentous day in Ann Arbor. If you'd walked through the town in the afternoon, you'd have seen not a soul on the streets. (I can't prove it, since I wasn't there, but... you get what I mean.) Everyone was either in the stadium or glued to their televisions at home. We chose the television route, it being the more comfortable and cost-effective option, and a large crowd gathered at the Williamson house to watch the game. To say that this family was invested in the outcome of this game would be a bit of an understatement. They were jumping, shouting, cheering and (Christian-ly) cursing throughout the entire 4 hours. Even Luke refused to nap so that he could partake in the excitement.
Someone gave Luke potato chips, and just like that, he turned instantly into a couch potato. It was scary.
Half-time break: reading books with Uncle Jonathan: so fun. Luke loves The Little Engine that Could.
After the game, Uncle David taught Luke how to hike and pass the ball. I must say, he got pretty good. I think we might have a future Wolverine on our hands!