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15 May 2007 @ 08:14 pm
Griffon's strange dirt bike photo  
So we got Griffon riding dirt bikes.

Huh! Sounds like we made him do it. He wouldn't shut up about wanting to ride one of those things.

Hubby is so proud.

Joe took a bunch of movies of Griffon riding the bike but he couldn't really get any good pictures of him doing it. Stupid digital camera. Unless you're standing still, it blurs everything!

So anywho, he loves the thing and he's only crashed on it oh...about ten times or so.

Under the cut is a picture of him and his bike. I really don't know what stunt he was doing to get the bike to land like that. Joe took the picture of the scene after he made sure Griffon was alright.

So was he? Oh yeah! You know it. He wanted to do it again!

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And this picture Joe got of him right before he got on the bike. He thought it looked cool. He looks so 'Rollerballish' here. I almost expect James Cann to come out of nowhere.

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On another note. I think I struck GOLD! We're hiring extra help right now for the summer and I think this one kid reminds me of some of the kids we used to get in the beginning! He's so excited to be there. It's so cute! He'll be 15 in a few months but he looks 12.

He said he's been wanting to work for me since he was in first grade.

God, I hope that wasn't like 2 years ago! :P
Current Mood: excitedexcited
critic75critic75 on May 16th, 2007 10:56 am (UTC)
How flattering it must be, a boy that has wanted to work for you for practically his whole life. If we could bottle or package the energy a 15 year old possesses, the world would be at our feet. It just has to be harnessed, and pointed in the right direction.
Is Griffon in training for his mother's bike? I bet his dad will get him a bigger one later. Dad's are funny that way. Your children are beautiful Maria.
Maria: Justin condomslave_o_spike on May 16th, 2007 10:54 pm (UTC)
I agree. We SHOULD capture it, bottle it and figure out how to make it work, then sell it for lots of money. I think we need MadScientist!Ted in on it. :)

I think that by the time he gets to 16, he'll be ready for his father's bike, the 1100. He'll be waaaay past the 250. LOL!

And thank you! :)