Kelsey got her stitches out today…
Harley was in the hospital- high fever and seizures. He had blood work, chest x-ray, ct scan and everything came back normal. They spoke with neurologist at Strong whom he has to follow up with. There is a small percentage of kids that will have seizures at the on- set of a temperature so they aren’t sure as he was 102 when he had the seizures. They have no idea. He is still throwing up and a low temp now so they are thinking a bug of some kind. Prayers welcome…
Mattie and Kameron both got an internship this summer- way to go!
Kelsie made a great play from 3rd to 1st getting the player out and her team beating the only other undefeated team- way to go Kelsie!
Another engineer is born-figured out that the balls spin when you push down the frogs head- smart chickie!
Kelsie gets her “Girl-Cave” done! Sue and Mim did a great job.
Kelsie finally got to see Belle. Nana asked her if she was as beautiful as she thought she would be- she answered “yes!” …”but not as beautiful as me.” So says her daddy who is having a great time.
Also got to see Tinkerbell…
I went to the dentist and school training- not so much!
Scutella’s are in Hollywood.
DiSanto’s were surfing in Florida this morning and just goofing off this afternoon.
What are you up to?
“You have to love a nation that celebrates its independence every July 4, not with a parade of guns, tanks, and soldiers who file by the White House in a show of strength and muscle, but with family picnics where kids throw Frisbees, the potato salad gets iffy, and the flies die from happiness. You may think you have overeaten, but it is patriotism.”
Kameron helped coach this past weekend AAU game. They won the tournament!
The weekend also included an appearance by Greece Athena graduate Jason “J-Mac” McElwain, who was there for the 3-point shooting contest. J-Mac, who is a high-functioning autistic, made national headlines in 2006 when he drilled six 3-pointers and scored 20 points in the last four minutes of a high school game against Spencerport. He earned the ESPY award that year for Best Moment in Sports.
McElwain, now an assistant coach at his alma mater, has made speaking engagements around the country. He’s even qualified for next year’s Boston Marathon.
“It’s awesome to come out to a small community like Palmyra and give back to the youth,” said McElwain, who has competed in four Macker tournaments. “For all the success I’ve had, giving back has always been important to me. I had fun playing basketball. The reason I coach is to impact youth.
Kelsie played her last softball game tonight for the championship. She just wanted a medal! She got a trophy… they won 19-18.