Tuesday, April 22, 2008

This past week and the week ahead

So this past week has consisted of hanging out with friends, drive ins, job applications, and school applications. What I am really excited for is my first ever dirt bike race on Saturday. I practiced last saturday and ended up hurting my knee and ankle in the process (I have the bruises to prove it). But I should still be good to go on Saturday, so I am really excited. I am hoping that number 212 isn't taken because thats the number I want. It would stand for 2 surgeries and 12 chemos. Together it makes number 212. My dad said he will be there for the race so he will be able to film, and if so I will be able to post a little video of how it went. I don't plan on doing too good but not too bad either. So wish me luck!
Oh ya! I will also be attending game 3 of the Jazz vs. the Rockets at the Energy Solutions Arena on thursday. My buddy AJ was so kind to invite me. It is going to be an awesome game!
Lastly, I would like everyone to know (especially Jay), that the Penguins were the only team to win the first round 4-0. My main man Sidney Crosby is back and scoring goals.
Well thats all I have for now. Talk to you soon.
BYE
love 
Nick

3 comments:

Chris Ulvin said...

Good Evening Nick,
I am thankful that you are keeping all of us "groupies" up to date on Nick outings. Jazz game - motorcross race - when will you ever have time to work? I hope you get number 212 also as I'm going to pray that it represents 21 years of age and 2 years free of cancer. Love you much, aunt Chris

Kent Corbell said...

Nick, Lori, Lee, and family. Thanks for sharing your courage and story. Thanks for wearing and living your faith so openly. Now go live full rich healthy crazy ridiculous extraordinary lives.

Kent Corbell

Jay Paterson said...

Nick, We are really happy to share your news.

Unfortunately I have some very sad news to comment upon.

THE DUCKS GOT KNOCKED OUT OF THE STANLEY CUP!!!

I'm so very sorry for you! Yeah, Right!
HA,HA,HA, HA,HA, HA, HA.

Of course, The Leafs were never even in the race.

I know a big tall guy who is quite close to you, and just a follicly challenged, who consistently says, "Live Life Deliberately".

God has touched you an the shoulder, and has better plans for you here on Earth. You have lived through a terrible lesson in life, congratulations. Now turn up the wattage and really shine.

Your Canadian Pal.
Jay