ugg booots Patriots super fan treated to trip to AFC Championship game
McKenna is the branch director of the Seacoast Y and a married mother of two who has been treated for breast cancer since November. On her bucket list is getting a Patriots tattoo, and she tweeted out a picture showing a temporary one on her head without her wig during a recent game.”(The Patriots’) hashtag right now is NotDoneYet, and I was like, ‘Same with us, with me. Not done yet,'” she said.The Patriots organization heard about her story and asked her if she wanted to go to the AFC Championship game.McKenna took along her daughter, Sadie, and the 15 year old Snapchatted highlights from the game.”So we got there, went to the will call, got our tickets,
went to the VIP tent, were brought onto the field,” McKenna said.The two were able to get up close to players such as quarterback Tom Brady as they prepared for the game.”They’re such fighters, and they’re always battling,” she said. “It’s actually pretty analogous to fighting a tough disease.”A picture of the two wearing all their new gear during the trophy presentation made the Patriots’ Facebook page.”I was kind of overwhelmed by it, but I thought about it as an opportunity to tell people, like, ‘Life can go on. If you’re afraid to get checked, if you get a bad diagnosis, life can go on,
‘” she said.