First, I loved our seats....they were right in the front row of the upper level, directly behind the goal post. I also loved that I could see everyone below - Lord knows, I love to people watch.
We went down below (to hang out with the concourse level peeps) for the second half....and I think it is safe to say, I would NEVER watch any of the game if we had tickets there. I ran into about 15 people I knew down there, literally. First, I saw two sets of ski friends - one family that I see quite often, and another that I had not seen in about 8 years. The Williams kids are all grown and in or out of college now. I feel super old and I am kicking myself for not getting any photos....
A lot of our friends also have season tickets here, so it was nice to catch up with them...and clearly we didn't care about the game because we were winning by like a qua-trillion.
I also ran into a "blog friend" - hi Carrie! I call her that, because there are those people that you just don't see much in person, but connect with through blogs. It was nice to have a real-live conversation - with all the friends I saw Saturday. Too often, we get caught up in Facebook and "liking" statuses and too busy to really hang out in real life, and it's sad. I hate that I know more about people by Facebook then by actually seeing or talking with them. As much as I love social media, that is such a down side.
We were really grateful to Clint and Brittni for inviting us to the game....and left feeling really