Friday, October 15, 2010

Hoopla...Tiger Style!

What's homecoming in small town USA without a parade?! Yeah, I'm talking the kind with tractors, golf carts, four wheelers, and dune buggies. We took the "vintage" mustang that Rick is restoring. Jonah threw out the candy. Marilyn and Jenna rode with us, too. It was a beautiful day for a parade!

Go Tigers!!


17 comments:

  1. I remember riding in our car in a homecoming parade one time. It was a blue and white dodge w/fantails! The school colors were blue and white so we fit right in!! :-)

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  2. Diana-There is nothing that can compare to a home town parade, is there? It's amazing how everyone comes out with all kinds of cars and advertising gimmicks! Love it! Diana

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  3. Just one more reason to love life in a small town.

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  4. I love our hometown and with this can share your love for all the joys it brings. Blessings Catherine

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  5. Awww... such cute pictures!! Today was a local small town's homecoming. They're Tigers too! And I hear they had a parade also. Perfect day for it! -Tammy

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  6. How fun is that! It looks like you had a great time...wonderful memories for you.

    Have a good weekend. :)

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  7. Diana, it looks like such fun! I've never lived in a small town so I love getting a glimpse into that kind of life. Great Mustang!

    blessings and love,
    Debbie

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  8. A hometown parade sounds like a load of fun!

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  9. i LOVE hometown parades! TOO CUTE!

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  10. I love a parade, anytime and anyplace!
    And if you are in one, all the better.
    Go Tigers!

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  11. I saw the picture and just had to stop by...I just starting smiling before I got here...I have to say...this is the Best of America!!! How fun!! Go Texas Girl!

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  12. YAY TEXAS & YAY for small town parades!! :)

    Happy weekend!

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  13. What fun. I'm glad you had a beautiful day for a parade. I've always thought I'd enjoy living in a small town, here's one more reason why :-)
    Blessings,
    Marcia

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  14. ...and don't KIDS just adore a parade!! :-)

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  15. What a fun experience that would be! Having always lived in a big city, I think I've missed out on this home grown fun.

    Debi

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