Tuesday, June 03, 2008

Memorial Day

Gary and I didn't do a very good job of taking pictures the other day. We were too busy playing and eating. We spent the day over at Granna and Granddaddy's and he cooked alot of ribs. We had alot there from family, Little Union, and El Bethel. It was nice to have such a fun get together.

Here is the long promised video of the kids, I mean Elder Buddy and the elder brothers of the church, playing during Memorial Day. It's a little long, but if you will stick it out to the end, it's most funny.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

OOOOHHHHH MMMMMYYYYY, That is the most hilarious video I have ever seen. And what makes it even funnier as I try to comment on this blog I can't help but read the WARNING above the comment box, the Quote from Ecclesiastes 12:10. "The Preacher sought to find out acceptable words: and that which was written was upright, even words of truth." LOL, LOL, LOL. Now that I have regained my composure let me just say what ever that water slide cost it was well worth it. My heart rejoyces to see the kids ( and BIG kids ) have so much fun and laughter. Dani, Thank you for preserving this moment on film. I'm sure that I will get a lot of mileage out of this and find it necessary to quote Solomon frequently. I'm not sure that the preacher will be able to find any acceptable words for this video and thanks to Brother Gary as king of the mountain it looks like the preacher was not able to remain upright.

Borrowed Dad

Dani said...

Borrowed Dad,

I think you will appreciate to know then, that the entire time that Gary is up there swaying trying to knock people off he is singing, "When the Storms of Life are Raging, Stand by Me."

Anonymous said...

He is sooooo funny. Who else would have thought to sing that song. That's my Boy. After watching the video again I can just see Gary singing at the top of his lungs and as the song builds up to its crochenda I can just see Buddy sliding down backwards into the pool and Gary singing "Stand By Me". I just love him.

Borrowed Dad

Kelly Spezzano said...

Oh, I don't know what's funnier, the video or the comments! :) Dad- you are just too funny!

I am glad to have had a quiet day with Jim, but I am sure sad to have missed all this fun!