Friday, June 09, 2006

I'm Stoopid

It's Wednesday night, we are all hanging out playing games, and talking. The night is winding down and I go into the house for the last time to check the score of the hockey game. When I come out I see this whole group of guys staring at the ground right by the kiddie pool. I come close and they're like "Oh man! Did you see that huge spider!" So I look down and I actually see some of the grass move and I'm like "Oh I think it's over here!" Dwight (our beefy youth leader) says, "Nope it's more over HERE!!!" and he along with a bunch of other youth swarm me like ants at a picnic, and toss me into the pool. Now I brought one of them with me, and I got another one later... but that just doesn't ease the pain of making such a rookie mistake. Rule #1 NEVER turn your back on people when there is a pool near by! So here I am two days later licking my wounds, nursing my pride, and plotting my revenge (evil laugh now)

Last night was the Miller Spring Concert. I loved the jazz bands. I think I should have been alive in the 50’s. To be alive enjoying the big bands and swing music… oh that would be the life. Of all the songs that they played there was one that REALLY stuck out to me. (this is for you Dale)
The Java Jive

"I love java, sweet and hot Whoops mr. moto, I'm a coffee pot Shoot the pot and I'll pour me a shot A cup, a cup, a cup, a cup, a cup Oh slip me a slug from the wonderful mug And Ill cut a rug just snug in a jug" Read the whole song Here

Finally for today World Cup starts today so here is a video to celebrate
(thanks Paul)

3 comments:

Incoming... said...

you said it rookie move
But hey it took me a while before the shaving cream and markers stopped showing up on my face in the sleeping. It was about the same time as they realized it was better to have me on thier side than against them.
Hey yeah sweet Jazz tune
I think jazz must somehow be in the DNA of most youth guys. I write papers to Miles Davis...
I used to play in brass jazz ensemble. trombone baby. Boogaloo boogie!!!!!

Paul Morgun said...

I think the lesson is to never trust youth with anything that could be used as a prank...it will try to be used on you...

Brad and Karla said...

i think you found your calling in soccer!!! i could see you doing that.(i dont EVER want to see you doing that, but i could see you doing that)