Thursday, June 2, 2011
June 2, 2011
Today was a good day! Kass felt better and was able to go on two outings. She only had a small headache this morning, but not bad enough to keep her down all day. Loves that her stitches are out because she can lay her head down right on the pillow without the stitches digging into her head. I'm so glad Dr Schmidt only buzzed a strip on the back of her head, being that she's a girl herself, she told Kass she would try to shave a spot that could be covered by her hair. She did have patches of her around her head buzzed for the MRI, but you can't really see those either, her hair does a good job of covering most of them.
Kass and I went to the high school today to help out to hand out ice cream sandwiches during lunch for those kids who have had good attendance. She promised me that she would sit down and take it easy, which she did. I don't blame her for wanting to get out of the house for a little bit since she's been pretty much homebound since she got home from the hospital.
First lunch went without a hitch. Kyle came to see us and brought Kassidy her yearbook he picked up for her. Friends were so happy to see Kass up and around so she sat at her usual lunch table with her friends so they could talk and sign her yearbook. Second lunch on the other hand, was a little more exciting. Kass again saw other friends and showed off what she calls "her SICK scar" which means cool by the way. Almost at the end of this lunch we experienced our first food fight in the cafeteria. Wow food was flying every kind of ways, kids were running for the door and so were other parents helping out. All I could think was oh my please don't run over Kass, I could see the kids pushing and shoving out the door. Needless to say, it was quite the experience. We both came home and took naps after that.
Later tonight, Kass wanted to go say hi to all her Xtreme (club ball) softball team, they all have been asking about her and worried sick about her. She got to watch them scrimmage and after the game coach came and got her to high five the opposing team. The girls all were glad to see her doing so well.
All in all, a good day!