Sunday, October 28, 2007

My Saturday Afternoon

This Saturday my wife and daughter went over to Temple City (about a 20 minute drive) to check out a little town fair. We both graduated from TCHS so we thought it would be fun to check out the crafts, entertainment, and see if we would spot and avoid past school mates. :)
There were a lot of cool and not so cool things for sale.

I should have bought this "S" for SuperG but I thought the flowers were a little frilly for a ninjabetic.

Ahh and a performance by the "Brighter Side Singers" who rejected this Ninja as a freshman when I tried out. I showed them. I quit choir and became Drum Major. Go Band GO!

And this is a picture of yours truly checking out a booth with lots of cool mosaic pieces. Do you see what I see????????

Okay so Amylia, Shannon, and Kerri this is for you. If you did not see these comments then you must check them out. I was dared by these three to wear my pump in my sock WHILE wearing shorts.

The moral to the story?

Ninjas are suckers for dares.


Amylia said... are my new personal hero, George! :)

It's funny--when I first saw the photo I thought, Geez, George seems like a cool guy--not the kinda guy to hike up his socks like that with shorts--only moments later it hit me--THE DARE! YAY! It really wasn't THAT obvious from a distance.

You rock. Bring on the dares. I owe you!

Thanks for the photos. I needed that laugh today! :)

Vivian said...

Looks like a lovely afternoon. You are awesome, Ninjas fear nothing! I will have to show Daniel.

Oh and Taylor will be trying out for drum major next year, she is very excited about it.

P.S.S. I am still smiling about getting to meet Lisa!

Shannon said...

You rule!!


I LOVE it!!

Now I'm afraid of you daring me to do something because I know I'd HAVE to do it ;)

Michelle said...

A hero for everyone!!! You rock!

Sara said...

ALOL - LLOL - LMAO! Whatever!

George - that is hysterical! You rock!

Scott K. Johnson said...

That is awesome G-Money! Rock on!

And good call on *not* buying the frilly "S"...

Nicole P said...

It looks like you're wearing some kind of secret ninja communication device. LOVE IT.


:) N

Lea said...

Hi George,
I will have to show this to my son, Noah. He's 9 and a pumper. I know he will get a major kick out of your ninja skills. :)
I love your blog...would you mind if I add you to my blogroll?

Jamie said...

Awesome George!! You did your dare ... now, what are you going to dare them??? hee hee.

Dood - you are the original ninja!

Bernard said...

Man, when will people learn.

You can't dare a ninja. There's no way you can win.

George said...

I am glad you guys dug it. My wife thought I was such a dork becuase I was freaking out! LOL It was well worth it.

If I can inspire one person to become ninja then it was a success!


Shannon said...

LMAO at you freaking out, you daredevil ninja!

I can just imagine you all nervous and thinking all eyes are on you and your protruding tubing.

It's barely noticeable anyway.

Kerri. said...

That was so-oooo Ninja-Cool, G. You are something else. Too cool!