“When we went to pick them up, we got there early so he didn’t have to deal with the crush of kids coming out,” Nyman said. “But he was still on the dance floor, so we had to wait.”
Nyman said afterwards that she was glad Logan went and that he would have gone back the next day if given the chance. As far as senior prom goes, Nyman said they’d cross that bridge when they come to it, but for this year she was really happy that Logan had fun -- and she is really grateful that Hague and the rest of the school community went out of their way to make the night extra special.
“I think in general, the kids should be aware of how much that means to someone like Logan,” Nyman said. “Shane doing that for him, it was probably a small thing for Shane, but it was a huge thing for us.”