Sunday, October 18, 2009

Sunday Shenanigans!

Sunday was such a beautiful day. We spent some time outside enjoying it. Dustin, our 24-year-old, came over with his friend, Matt. Brian, the 14-year-old, also had a friend over. Matt and Brian started "hacking". Hacky Sacks were popular when Dustin and Matt were in high school. Now that Brian is in high school 10 years later, it is popular again. Actually, it was popular when I was in high school too! We used a smaller sack. Matt (in the red shirt) is quite good at it!
Brian is a newbie in comparison!

Wow, what hair!
Brian again.

What a pose! They look like they are doing a crazy dance.
Matt and Brian were joined by Dustin (leg up) and James (far right). It was kicked over the fence a few times. I think Matt managed 30 hits before it hit the ground at one point. I'm impressed!
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  1. That is hard..I've tried it and could never do it! Nice to have them home having fun with mom & dad huh.
    Come say hi :D

  2. I've never been able to hit it more than once... but then I have trouble walking without tripping on something. Klutz!

  3. Oh my gosh I had completely forgotten about that! Wow 30 hits! I never even bothered to try, I'm such a klutz! Glad you had some nice weather by you. It was cold here yesterday, in the 30's and low 40's most of the day! I think we skipped over fall and went straight into winter. Have a great day1 Hugs, Loretta

  4. Looks like they were having a ball.
    Turned cooler here but is good gardening weather {if I weren't already so sore from it}. I still have some gardening I need to do. Pull weeds, get some beds ready for the winter. All the neat stuff.

  5. I love your site. It's so you! And wow, your boys sure have grown up, especially Brian! I still remember him and Matt riding their bikes naked around the neighborhood. I'd love to catch up with you if you're interested. My email is
    If you have facebook, I'm on there too. Just use my email address to find me since there are twenty million people named Jessica Miller in the world.


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