Support For Christi Thomas

This blog is to help offer support to the Thomas Family and their daughter, Christi, in her battle against cancer. Please visit Christi's website at to learn more. There, you'll find journals, photos and a lots of other information about this amazing child and her family.

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Sunday, October 14, 2007

Go Bucks!

With the Ohio State University's Drum Major before the game
We decided to use my status as a full time student to take advantage of the inexpensive student season football tickets this year. Despite not owning any OSU sweatshirts, we had a grand time cheering for the Buckeyes yesterday. (And I'm embarrassed to admit I had so much fun I bought an OSU shirt today so I'll be properly attired at next week's game!)
That beautiful Script Ohio!
Shayla also had an incredible Saturday afternoon. She went with her great aunt and uncle (Marty & Jeff) to the Quarter horse Congress, also in Columbus. I guess it's one of the largest horse shows in the world. She was able to watch horses jump - something she'd been wanting to see and she also helped aunt Marty select a saddle for Dolly. This afternoon I will be taking her back to Heidelberg College to finish watching "South Pacific". She LOVED it Thursday night, but at intermission it was 9:30 PM so I said we had to get home to get her to bed. She was so sad, she nearly cried. We borrowed the CD of the tunes from the library and had been looking forward to it all of last week.


At 14/10/07 8:25 PM, Anonymous Carlene said...

Hey Thomas Team,

Just watched the "11 German Shepherds". You've got quite a talented family! Christi did a great job producing and starring in her little movie. Keeping you in my thoughts and hope y'all had a good weekend!

<3 Carlene

At 14/10/07 9:41 PM, Anonymous SaraLiz said...

I also went to see South Pacific and it was wonderful. Casie did such a good job playing "Nellie". The entire cast was wonderful and gave it their all.

I check this website almost everyday to see how the thomas family is doing. I hope you are doing well, and "11 German Shepherds" is adorable.

At 15/10/07 7:42 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Thomas Team - if you guys decide to go to another game, email me (It's

Some of my friends always tailgate there - we'd love to have you. is the website - but it's just to recap the fun we've had.

I'm glad to see that you were able to enjoy the game and that we won! GO BUCKS!

~Laura Hickman

At 16/10/07 8:06 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh Angela!! How wonderful it is to see a smile on your face.

Deb M

At 17/10/07 4:01 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Thomas Team,
Our family has been following your sweet families journey for awhile now...we were glad to see you made it to the Ohio State game! We were there too, A deck, row 7, 20yrd line...We are from the Lima area...just wanted to mention..."Annie" is going to be in Lima for a show this weekend...our niece "Madi" is one of the Orphans-she's from Orlando's a great show...if you have some free time on Sunday night...we might even be able to pull some strings and have "Annie" and the Orphans meet with Shayla after the show...they wanted to eat something "original", that they couldn't eat anywhere, what better than a Kewpee burger!

At 18/10/07 9:32 PM, Blogger The Hammer Family said...

Der Thomas Team,
Just stopping by to say Hello and to let you knowy ou are being thought of and prayed for.
My heart aches to think abouth ow much you miss having that beautiful gal in your life. She was so full of life! Thank you for sharing your beautiful photos and Christi's lovely and creative art work.
Lots of Love,
Sara and Vic


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