Laila Anderson, bone marrow donor attend Blues game
If it got a “little dusty” at the Enterprise Center in St. Louis on Saturday, that’s understandable, because the continued story of Laila Anderson meeting Kenton Felmlee, her bone marrow donor, is sure to make most get a case of heightened allergies.
(Is that a leak from the ceiling? /Sobs)
Anyway, Felmlee was Anderson’s guest during Saturday’s Toronto Maple Leafs - St. Louis Blues game, giving the two another chance to bond, and beyond that, for Anderson to thank Felmlee for helping her in her battle with the rare immune disease HLH.
It’s great stuff, even if the actual Blues game isn’t going so great for St. Louis.
This longer clip from their first meeting earlier this week is worth watching, unless you don’t want people to see you openly weeping’n’stuff:
(Personally, I’d say it’s worth it.)
MORE ON LAILA ANDERSON AND THE BLUES:
- Her moment with the Stanley Cup.
- Becoming a bobblehead.
- Anderson inspires the Blues.
- Maybe most wonderfully, she received a Stanley Cup ring.