Friday, September 16, 2011
It was Coby's b-day last month and we asked him what he wanted. He came up with the wish to have a huge tennis bag that would fit like 50 tennis racquets in it. We, the parents, thought it was a good idea so Deanna hunted one down and ordered it. I decided, however, to try and find something cool for Coby that he didn't know about. So, I started looking for some ideas. I know Coby likes video games but I wasn't about to get him another one to take up more idle time. So, I decided to get him a tee shirt with the video game logos on it. I search around and searched around but I didn't have much time before his b-day. So, I finally decided that I would make the tee shirt myself. I went and bought a couple of black tee shirts and then those iron-on sticker pages you can print from your ink jet printer. Then, I scoured the internet to find the right images for the shirt.
I was a little nervous about giving it to him because I wasn't sure if he would like it or not. So, the day finally came. I packaged up my little gift of an iron on tee shirt and plopped it in front of him, anxious to see what he would think. At the very least, he could wear it as a pajama shirt around the house, or use it when he changing the oil in the car (as if anyone actually does that anymore).
Coby opened up the package with much trepidation because of my anxious eyes wondering what would be the result of the surprise. He looked at the shirt and said "LEGIT!". Mummm, not quite the response I was looking for but I guess "legit" was something good.
The reason that I write this post today, is because I saw Coby walking out the door to school with one of the tee shirts I gave him. Hopefully he gets rave reviews from his friends.
Below are the shirts I gave him.
10 extra points if you can tell me what video game these symbols come from. 20 extra bonus points to anyone that can tell me the names of the "races" that these symbols represent.
Sunday, September 11, 2011
This summer our family saved up our money and purchased tickets to see the play "Wicked". I really wasn't sure that to expect but from all of our family and friends we had heard that it was a great play. I knew that it was some kind of spoof on the play The Wizard of Oz but I really didn't know much more about it. The only way you can really tell that we are there for Wicked is by looking at Savanna. She is holding the program. Below is a quick cell phone video recording of us at the show. I would have taken a little time to show everyone how far away we were from the stage. We were probably about 3 or 4 rows from the very back of the auditorium.