Nick didn’t do as well as he wish in singles yesterday. He lost the first game to a guy who had a double lung transpLant 8-1.He was transpLant five years ago. Nick had some good serves but the guy was better. That was it for Nick.
Last night we watched Team Georgia take a silver in basketball. Not bad when we weren’t sure we would even have a team.
Todayn Nick had high hopes for doubles tennis.His team mate had back out of coming to the games at the last minute but the team manager had found a replacement. We were on our way to the courts and the manager called to say the Nick wouldn’t get to play because the paperwork on Nick’s partner hadn’t gone through in time. Nick was disappointed. Almost as much as when he came to the games with a broken arm.Personally I’m just glad he is aliVe to attend.
To cheer him up we drove back to Lambeau Field and took a tour.That seemed to help his feelings. We got to go down to the field.Pretty cool even to me. We are now sitting in a Starbucks outsiDe of Green Bay while Nick takes his English final.Headed the 13 hours hOme tomorrow. By the way,the Transplant Games made the top 10 on ESPN today. Great!