Friday, February 1, 2008

Bikes Today

As of today, all three of my kids can ride a bike on their own. Here's proof of that:

I also want to point out something that is interesting to me that the folks from the south may not have ever seen. In the Picture with The Iceman, The Punisher and Miss Chopsticks, do you see anything funny in the background?
Oh, really - uh huh - do you think so? You're so smart.
Well, there is only snow on the right side of the street. If you look at the left side of the street, there is none. Go ahead and tell me why you might think that is and if someone puts the right answer, it's ok to copy and call it your own.


Alrighty, one more weird thing that I've noticed: In the unfinished basement at our house, the way that the walls were set up is unusual to me and I'm not really sure why or how it works. Here, look at these two pictures that I took of two different walls in our basement and tell me if you know the reason why. Again, if someone puts the right answer, it's ok to copy and call it your own.








I'm working on 2 different songs now. One is called Coming Back. It was called Love with You until The Babe gave it the nostril flare of rejection. The other one may or may not be the title song for the album, but it pretty much rocks.


Last part: I am officially an officiant for the game of baseball here in the state of CO. I passed the test to make me eligible to umpire high school baseball - possibly leading to college, or maybe even professional baseball. I now subscribe to the magazine - Officianado (I may be kidding)

4 comments:

Mike said...

It seems like a wise man once told me that it had to do with the direction the houses faced.

I wonder who that could have been?

JoelK said...

The walls are that way so that you can write graffiti where no one can see it, and only the person who thinks to do the same will know it's there. You could also write some secret CIA stuff there, but I wouldn't know anything about that.

Becki Becker said...

One word.....bentonite.

Anonymous said...

They are called "floating walls". If the foundation in good ole Colorado shifts, your house won't fall down.

Benny and the Newtones



Benny%20and%20the%20Newtones
Quantcast