Kass returned to school that week, but had to stay home the day after. I could tell she wasn't feeling well because she knew if she missed that day she would have to miss her bowling match that day. Her stomach was giving her troubles and she slept all day that day. Thank goodness it only lasted a day and she was back to school the next day.
Also, during the week we had the chance to go eat a wonderful 5 course meal cooked by Chef Marc from Parma Restaurant located on Buffalo & Washington. Nevada Childhood Cancer Foundation arranged for our whole family to eat at his restaurant. We had a wonderful time and the meal was amazing. Anyone looking for a good italian restaurant we suggest their caprese salad, brick oven pizza, & marsala chicken, they were all delish. Thank you Chef Marc & Nevada Childhood Cancer.
|Kassidy posing with Chef Marc|
Ryan and I decided it was time to have Kassidy redeem her Christmas gift which we had a very hard time deciding if it was the right thing to do. She's been wanting a tattoo for the longest time, but after she got diagnosed she asked us if she could get a "Never Give Up" tattoo. It took us a couple months to ponder the answer, but we decided that it would be a great reminder for her in the future on how to live the rest of her life. That no matter what hurdle or problem she would come across in her future that she can press on and Never Give Up.
|Kass & Chelsa in front of the Tattoo Place. Their family friend did the tattoo & they also paid for it.|
|She said it felt like getting hit by a softball many times. Being a catcher she said that was old news.|
|And there it is!|
|Kass & Jason after it was all done.|
On Sunday, we also redeemed another Christmas present we had given the kids. A ride on the Fremont Street Experience Flightline or Zipline. Kids were a little nervous, but they had a great time. It was a great way to end the weekend.
|Before riding the elevator up to the zipline. Looking a bit scared.|
|Kyle loved it & Kass glad it was over. LOL|
Today, Kass had a good day. She went to school and had a bowling match against Legacy High School, who are ranked pretty close to Centennial. Well the first game was a nail bitter, but the Centennial girls won by 9 points. The other two games weren't as close and Centennial won those as well. It was great to see the girls compete so well. Kass averaged a 158 today and she was pretty happy, since she feels her medicine backpack and bowling are starting to become one.
Tomorrow we are hoping for good news with Kyle, especially since he leaves for college on Wednesday. We are leaving it in the hands of our Heavenly Father. Keep us in your prayers!