Thursday, July 27, 2017

The best day.

WARNING: this post may come across as cheesy and silly and it probably is, but oh well ur just jealous that u don't go to the best school ever. #srynotsry

So I've been working on this post since January 2017. It's taken so long bc I honestly did not know how to put what I wanted to say into words. But I'm going to try. I love to blog about my life and to be real with my readers. Bc of this, I thought it would be a no brainer to post about one of the best days of my life.

January  9, 2017
Raymond James Stadium
Tampa, FL

Clemson Tigers vs. Alabama Crimson Tide

This was the second year in a row these two teams had battled it out for the National title. In 2016, Alabama walked away the champions. A heartbreaking end to an incredible season for the Tigers.

This year, something was different. The whole time leading up to the game I had a certain peace. The whole game day, peace. Kickoff, peace. Down the first half, peace. It sounds crazy and I know I am very superstitious about Clemson football, but the whole time I just knew Clemson would walk out as National Champions.

and they did.

After an incredible game. Literally it was crazy. Go watch it. 
or at least the last drive of the game.

There are no words to describe it honestly.

I've been born and raised a Clemson fan. My dad went to Clemson and I've been drinking the kool-aid since the day I was born (you think I'm kidding, but I ain't). It was the only place I ever dreamed of going to school. It is the only team I've ever cheered for. If you've been a Clemson fan for at least ten years, you'd know the struggle and fight this team has had. We have not always been a very good team to say the least, but I always knew the day would come where the world would know where the real Champions are.

Death Valley.
(South Carolina in case u were confused)

It honestly still feels like a dream sometimes and doesn't seem real. I'm so thankful that I had the opportunity to go to Tampa and watch the game and was able to experience the game first hand.
Yeah our seats might have been right in the middle of "Tide Pride" (AL booster section), we might have been 5 rows from the very top of the stadium, but I was there. 

And I wouldn't trade one second of  that game, this season, the past 21 years of Clemson fan for anything in the world. #blest



1 comment:

  1. I'm so jealous that you got to be there! But even in Clemson it was the best day ever!!!