It was really fun to be able to act as if I could do normal things again. Like when I was able to walk before and play around. My friend Riley went as Alice so our costumes kind of matched. All the people at the activity night wanted pictures and complimented us on our costumes. Riley's dad was awesome about pulling it all together for us.
On Saturday, I was feeling great again, and I was able to go to the movies. I saw Hotel Transylvania 2 with my dad. It was pretty good. It wasn't really that different going in a wheel chair. It was just like I had my own seat that I could bring along. I also went over to a friend's house to watch the MSU game.
It started to look as if MSU would barely pull away with a win again, but we know that later it became a blowout. They're gonna lose Connor Cook next year unfortunately, but they still have some good juniors and fourth year seniors that might come back and keep playing. So that will help.
Yesterday, Sunday, we went to church and afterwards went to the pumpkin patch. I couldn't really do as much stuff there as much as last year, but I could still eat the doughnuts and apple cider which tasted awesome.
And Mr. Finstrom let us use the golf cart to go look for pumpkins, so that was good.
Finally, we went over to Trend Designers and there were about 30 people that showed up to get their hair cut with me or watch. My hair had been starting to fall out and it was really annoying so it was a relief to have it done.
It was kind of crazy, but that's what makes it fun and it let me know who really cares about me.
It's been a really fun week and I hope I can have others like this. I've got to try to enjoy the good days that I have and make the most of them. I'm just glad I made the most of these days.