Friday, October 24, 2008

It's Homecoming! Go WCHS!

So today is the 2nd day of blogging for this blog virgin! It is Friday Whaa Whoo! and the boys have a half day. Since I am not at work, everyone has been helping out getting the boys to and from school for me. They are awesome. (Thanks Bryce and Jennifer!). Tonight is a very exciting football game. As all of you may know, Ryan coaches varsity football for one of the local high schools, can I get a shout out for the Wildcats! GO WCHS! and tonight is their homecoming game against their in-district rivals, Valley Vista Monsoon. We are very excited about tonight! As well as being excited, it is also a bitter sweet night. You see, last years homecoming king and varsity football player, Justin, just lost his mom to breast cancer last week. It has been a short, hard battle but she went to our Heavenly Father on Tuesday 10/14. So in honor of Justin and memory of his mom, all the football players (I am so proud of them) are wearing a breast cancer sticker on their helmet tonight and all the coaches and wives are wearing pink ribbons. So please say a prayer for all those that are struggling or lost their struggle to this nasty disease. But on a happy ending note....GO WILDCATS!!


He And Me + 3 said...

Go WCHS! That is so sad about Justin's mom, but very cool that the team is remembering her in such a way. Awesome! Something he will never forget!

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Mimi said...

How awesome that this team of teenage boys rallied around by showing their support.

Good luck to you!

Debra said...

I will definitely give you a shout out...I have a guy who plays HS football! So ~ Go WCHS ~ of course I can only say that because we don't play against you! tee hee

And what a precious tribute to this young man's mom.

By the time you get this your game is behind you ... but Happy Homecoming..ours is in two weeks!

Happy Saturday and blessings to you today! (I can't believe you haven't made it over to my blog yet ~ back me up here, Mimi) LOL

Lisa said...

That is a great tribute for that young man, how difficult to lose your mom. Being is the Father's Hands--wonderful for his mom. How did the game go? We are a hockey family but you know that.

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