Thursday, November 15, 2012

Electric Boogaloo next Generation



Carter, when you were 14 you were in a crew.  Break dancing crew.  You were all bad ass dancers that popped and locked your joints like the pros.  Your first gig was at the fair.  Above is the Uncle waiting for the performance.

He had to go congratulate the rockers before you and shake their hand and say, "You rocked"  

I videotaped the dancing.  In the year 2012 videotaping means that we can watch the pop y lock y on our computer box.  Who knows what fancy gadgets you will have as an adult?  I bet your car will fly.  Would that make it a plane?  How about a clane? Or a plar.  I dig PLAR.  Random, yet it is what I think about.  A lot.



I asked you if you were nervous prior to performing and you said, "No, not at all."  You are a man. Damn



We ventured out through the fair after the experience of la dance.  Hahahaha.  Uncle Danny went on a roller coaster with you, Carter.  He looked like he wet his pants and threw up at the same time.  Twas awesome and has prompted us to plan a trip to Disneyland.  He has never been.



Miss, Ava it was your first time at the rodeo and you went on a couple of rides.  On the slide below you sort of flew up a bit into the air while sacking it down.  The look on your face was pure terror.  I felt bad for like a second.  After that second it was a happy high like no other.  Your gifts to me are immeasurable.  I loved watching you fly in the air whilst riding down a fairly unsafe slide at the fair.  Life experiences darling.  


Phoenix Open Market





For National Food Day we visited Phoenix Open Market where we continued our stalking of St. Francis.  The chef was there teaching a class on Squash soup.  

We purchased food from a Soul Food truck, a hotdog truck, and a pie truck.  Hot Damn it was good.






1st place bitches



Last month you, Carter, and your father took little Nathan and your Datsun truck to a car show.  Ya'all won 1st place.  Nicely done lovers!


Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Daniel SON

The morning ride to work today was Uncle Danny and myself.  It was interesting that he was telling me about an employee at the Tempe shop whom he has never actually met. 

Danny, "I really really like Mike.  I think he is nice and a really good tech.  Is the guy that is going to start on Wednesday really big like I've heard?"

Momager, "I don't know I have never actually met him.  He did a working interview at the Tempe shop and they said he had a great personality and was very professional."

Danny, "Yea, he is really loveable...................................................Long pause........................................................Maybe he is just to loveable.  It is okay.  I will teach him the ropes.  If I have to I will stomp on him."

WTF.  Did I mention that Danny has never ever ever met either of these people?