Last week was a good week but this week is going to be even better. Trey turns 5 on Monday, he is showing you some early birthday cake in his picture. That wasn't the plan of the picture but hey go with it. The past week was good not great. Trey will go on Nutrient treatments on Monday to help with his weight as he is down a few pounds. He tried the "Dad" diet but it is hard for normal humans and even swine to follow. His throat and voice are okay. Hopefully we can manage the mouth sores as they won't go aways for another 4-6 weeks. The biggest celebration will be Friday, the end of radiation! The last miles of this marathon are here. Jen has been amazing doing this and I can't say she will miss the drive to Aurora everyday. Without Grandma D and Grandma K we would have been crushed. There will never be the right words to say how much their help has meant. Aunt Julie, Aunt Marci, and Aunt Kris chipped in also, thank you. We had some amazing events this past week we wanted to share. 1st at Ty's school they had a silent auction to shave someone's hair. The participants were members of the wrestling team, male staff including the Principal, Asst. Principal and AD. About 150 teachers, parents and students stayed after school to watch and it was fun. Here is a link to pictures the newspaper did the day of and before http://www.timescallmedia.com/sports/#id=album-302950&num=content-5526772
. 2nd if you notice the shirt Trey is wearing it says "Pinning Cancer for Trey". This benefit was put together by Roy True, a former asst. of Ty's and Eric Penfold, Head Coach at Greeley Central. The wrestling community has been tremendous and showed again why it is such a great sport to be in by purchasing almost 1,000 shirts. If you think you would like a shirt you can contact Roy at firstname.lastname@example.org , they are $10. 3rd on Sunday there was a Zumba-thon and silent auction put on by Nicole Buhlig, who works with Jen. Trey loves Zumba as they have it in the afterschool program so it was great. Jen is going to be a tad sore as she pushed the Zumba envelope. It was great to see some people we haven't see for a few weeks and our pediatrician was there as well. We met some great people as well some who have been down this road. Can't say Thank you enough. God bless you and yours!