HAPPY BIRTHDAY VICKI PART 2 - NAKED AND HAPPY
My biggest regret in life, aside from majoring in film, is that I never knew Vicki during the days where she liked to run around the house naked and happy. She still runs around the house naked, but the happiness… it’s just not there.
TUMBLR EXCLUSIVE: “THE YASUOKAS”
Here’s a picture of Vicki, her Dad, her Grandma, and her Aunt. I took this photo at Vicki’s Grandma’s house while attempting to sit “criss cross applesauce” (formerly known by it’s more offensive version, “indian style”) at a traditional Japanese-style table. It was quite painful as I couldn’t even sit criss-cross style when I was in Kindergarten (I seriously am the worlds most un-flexible man). I ultimately ended up having to lay on my belly, it was so embarrassing.
Also, I think “The Yasuokas” needs to be a sitcom of some sort. I’m thinking Family Ties meets Family Matters with a bit of McGyver thrown in. Vicki’s catch phrase would have to be “Oh no you didn’t!!!”, and her Grandma’s catch phrase would have to be “Oh no I just did!!!”, and her Dad’s catch phrase would be “Wha’choo talkin’ bout’ Grandma?”, and her Aunt’s catch phrase would be “Ohhhhhhhh hell no!!!”. Aside from their American catch phrases the rest of the show would be in Japanenese.
TWO OLD FOLKS AND A BABY
Vicki and I spent this past weekend on a mini-adventure that involved stops in Philly, Baltimore, and Salisbury, Maryland. I know this may be hard to believe, but in a 48 hour period I had pizza in 3 different states and 4 different cities.
Anyway, here’s a photo of my grandparents holding little man Landon, my sister’s new kid. This is perhaps the most “normal” photo I’ve ever taken.