Playing with Billie's little one, Sadie Kay. She had a Santa and a candy cane (off Will's tree). What else could a little girl want?
Here was a break in the game. The three guys (Coby is the cute one) were really into the football game.
Here the guys were watching the game. They look like they were all chillin' but it was really intense in the room. Notice the shirt on Will and the blanket I made him for last years' season.
Below is the Clarks' taking a walk with Will. He had some exercise because he walked all the way down to the front door to see his friends off.
The snow is here, the season is here, what an exciting time of the year.
Will had a good day. He got to sleep in until after noon. Wow! It felt very good to do that he said. He had some real good company to pass a lazy Sunday. Brent and Stacee came up just to visit with Will and they left Hagerman when is was sunny--it wasn't sunny in Boise. The snow was a surprise and it was so cold too. They brought Will a new Jerome Lady Tigers shirt with buttons so he can use it on dialysis day. Great gift. Thanks again.
Whitney, their daughter came over, she lives in Caldwell. So everyone got together and visited about basketball, what else??
While they were here, Grandma and Grandpa Atwood swung by after they went to the Nutcracker. They serve at those functions at the Morrison Center as volunteers and they love it. The said the kids were so cute dressed up like that. Next year maybe I will go see that.
They took me to dinner, Olive Garden, one of my favorite places. It was so good and we had a good visit too.
Then the BIG game, Dallas and the Giants. Cowboys got the win which we knew they would. Billie and Matt (another Dallas fan) with the two kids came over to help watch the game. It was fun to have someone else to give the play-by-play while I played with the kids. It was nice that they won too. Thanks Dallas for doing that for Will. LOL
HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO OUR GOOD FRIEND, DONNA. It's finally her 40th. Love you.
Tomorrow we should hear from the doctors in SLC so we can get going on this surgery. (I just cut and paste this from the other blogs last week, it's easier that way.) Hospital Time.
Well, pray for us to get him transferred all safe and sound (and quickly).