is that the world of families of kiddos with heart issues
There are a lot of us.
A lot of us.
And there are equally some pretty incredible organizations that exist to support these families through information sharing, networking doctors, research and sometimes
even a little fun.
We were invited to see the Globetrotters last week.
initially our "affected child and one parent" was invited to see them.
And as John and I sat on the couch that night trying to decide if we should accept and one of us should just go with Joshua and leave the rest home
or if we should get tickets on our own for the other kids
......which we quickly ruled out when looking at the prices of the tickets X 7, yikes!
we decided to think about it and we went to bed.
but of course He is in the details.
And wouldn't you know I woke up that next morning to an email from the director of the organization saying that she happened to run in to Joshua's cardiologist nurse and she told director lady that we had 7 sons and how they would like to extend the invitation to our entire family.
So I responded, accepted and then shortly after John left the country.
I got this.
We had a great time.
Great seats and an opportunity to meet and greet some of the players backstage before the game.
And it was at that point that the "suggestion" in the email invite that everyone "Go Red" for the event to support heart disease awareness....and the lack of red in my children's wardrobe became very apparent....
because then this happened:
So stinkin funny.
Jordan made the big screen
We ran into Globey on our way out of the bathroom
which....come to think of it....Globey probably had to go to the bathroom......the world is made up of mostly water after all so
We checked out the court
and we had a good time.....despite the look on Justin's face.
He was being goofy.
He's really not angry at basketball....I assure you.
Now the man behind us I'm not so sure.....he may very well be angry at the game.
and all was right with the world once again.