Texas Women Fighting Cancer Receives Over $12,000 from Texas A&M Aggies
They’re back in McKinney after what was one of the best weekends ever.
“Next to the day I married Shannon, it was the best day of my life,” said Clay Underwood, with his arm around his wife. She shook her head in agreement.
“It was just magical,” she said.
And it was uplifting. And invigorating.
“I don’t even know how I didn’t find out about this, that’s what’s so crazy!” Shannon said, shaking her head.
Her hair, so much shorter than the day she got married, is the only clue that something might be wrong. Shannon Underwood, 34, is battling for her life, and her husband is right beside her.