October 12, 2007
Sept. 24, 2007 — Charlie, Michele, Ann and the baby go to St. Louis to pick up Ka’Mel and Derek a few days after the birth. Once they’re back in Columbia, the Silveys still visit Loaves and Fishes almost every day. Although Michele and her children have a safe, temporary home, the family must again contend with the needs of Ka’Mel, who has epilepsy and serious developmental disabilities. Jacobs calls Michele a survivor but says that presents problems of its own. “In many ways that’s the problem of why she can’t think past today; she’s still in survivor mode,” Jacobs says. “But she’s a kid. Eventually she may learn that, but some people do, some people don’t.”
October 11, 2007
Receiver Danario Alexander made sure the Cornhuskers didn’t make a comeback Saturday when his third quarter touchdown gave MU a 34-6 lead.
Katie Bolton, left, and her husband Micah Bolton, right, delayed their honeymoon so they could attend the Homecoming parade and football game last year. Samuel Penning, 4, watches with the Boltons as Marching Mizzou passes. Penning is the Boltons' friends' child.
Fans lined Sixth Street to watch the parade go by during last years event.
Fans lined Sixth Street to watch the Homecoming parade pass by during last year's event.