Of all the NFL fans in the country, I think we're the luckiest as we look forward to tomorrow's Super Bowl 50. (By the way, am I the only one who finds it weird that this Super Bowl is not denoted with Roman numerals?)
Why? Because we can't lose.
We're big Broncos fans in this house. Last summer we vacationed in Colorado, and a highlight of our time there was the day that my husband and youngest son got to attend Broncos training camp and tour Sports Authority Field.
And here's a close-up of the beautiful ring:
Even more precious, here's a photo of my son taken on the day of Super Bowl XLVIII, two years ago. Pictured with Lee is Clyde Christensen, who at that time was Quarterbacks Coach for the Indianapolis Colts. Christensen, a wonderful Christian man, is the father of a dear friend of mine. He was part of the Colts' coaching staff from 2002 through 2015, so he worked closely with my son's all-time favorite player, Peyton Manning.
Super Bowl XLVIII didn't turn out well for Broncos fans. We're hoping for a different outcome tomorrow.
But since we live in North Carolina, we're also excited that the Carolina Panthers are headed to their second Super Bowl appearance.
So no matter how the game turns out tomorrow, one of our favorite teams will win! How exciting is that?
Do you watch the Super Bowl? Are you excited about the Super Bowl 50 match-up?