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Dawg Days.

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

On Campus. Spring 2010
It's no secret...I love me some #21 (20 BCS) Mississippi State Bulldogs! I even had second thoughts last weekend when the game wouldn't be over in time for us to go to the Orpheum to see Wicked (which was awesome by the way). I wanted to share these pictures with you that I took two weekends ago during a trip to Starkville Wesley and I took to visit his family.

 Wesley's sister was in town with her cutie pie munchkins, as well as, his cousin with her little girl. It wasn't just a fun trip however, Wesley's grandparents were in a car accident over 3 weeks ago and are still struggling to recover {prayers are welcomed and appreciated}.  We didn't actually get to go to the game that weekend but we did spend some time on campus before the game. I'm of course in NONE of these usual but I did have loads of fun! Especially with this crew!
Except this boring part -the big blow up slide.
As I was told by my nephew.
Pictured above with his hands raised high! =)

The future football player who's favorite word is "bawl".

As we've had blast this season tailgating and nervously cheering for our ever improving team, today MSU fan's hearts are heavy. Near the end of September a sophomore player, #36 Nick Bell was diagnosed with a malignant brain tumor, after surgery, he took a turn for the worst and passed away today in Birmingham, AL. His family, friends, and fans have lost a 20 year old promising, young, rising star. With or without all the victories this season, Nick Bell will be remembered as the biggest loss suffered by this team. Prayers for the Bell family are needed as this was just a short illness that took him away with very little warning. 

Students & Fans at Mississippi State Campus Ringing Cowbells for Bell. 

He will have a full story in the Clarion Ledger tomorrow.

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