We Are Family
By Kim L. Fritzemeier
KFRM Central Kansas Reporter
Farm Wife along the Stafford/Reno County Line
We are family.
Harley Day with the roar of motorcycles, flying flags and the smell of exhaust ...
Singing the KSU Alma Mater, the Fight Song and the National Anthem accompanied by the K-State Marching Band, the Pride of Wildcat Land ...
Watching the team run onto the field ...
And getting a victory for the season opener against a worthy opponent.
While all 51,000 of us do feel a little like family, it was great to be with my own little family, too.
To watch the game with my best friend ...
and son-in-law Eric.
While we don't get to be with Brent during the game, it is fun to see if we can catch a glimpse of him through the windows of the press box. He's above the U in University. What ... you don't see him? He works as an intern for K-State Sports Information, so he is otherwise occupied during the ballgame. (If you have your K-State football program, check out his features on the long snapper and the offensive linemen!)
Brent, who was already dressed for work, passed him off just in time, before Braden had a little diaper accident. Eric was not as lucky.
The photos I took of Jill and Eric weren't so good. Jill says it's just as well. People who are just scanning this might get the wrong idea.)
So the family is getting bigger. Isn't it amazing how somebody so small makes such a big difference?
We are family.
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