This pretty much says it all.
A packed house again this year
Emma caught this shirt. It says 'Ro Sham Bo Down Low', which Joey and Johnny learned from their Aunt Krissy and Uncle Craig. It was always a 'location joke' for them, so when Emma caught a shirt with 'their' slogan emblazoned on the front, Kristin knew it was Johnny's way of letting her know he was right there with them having a great time too.
This is my niece Tessa -- every time she heard Johnny's name she screamed along with the announcers. She totally loves Johnny -- and had a ball at the event honoring her cousin. Although I'm not sure I will let her go to Mardi Gras by herself until she's at least 25...
The three little cousins. Even though Tessa is almost the same size as Sophie, she insists on treating her like she's a 'baby'.
This was from our friends in Austin a few weekends ago when they walked in memory of Johnny and raised money for 'Light The Night'-- a Leukemia Lymphoma Foundation event. They even made their own 'team' shirts!
This shirt was made by a company called Elwood, based in CA. The Longhorn is part of their logo and under it, their name -- but for the Make A Wish event, they replaced the Elwood brand for Romano in memory of Johnny.
A company called Volcom also did a Johnny Romano Skate Jam shirt as well. I'm not even sure I can put into words how incredible this weekend was. Amazing, phenomenal, extraordinary, don't even scratch the surface. Photos and links might help describe how spectacular the weekend was.