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Friday, April 22, 2011

Penny = long board enthusiast....

Liam here comes to visit from Maine with his mom, my oldest pal Judy. Judy and I got into a lot of trouble back in the day...and she was pointing out the scar she has on her face from when I was pushing her in a shopping cart down a hill and it resulted in one of those head over heels accidents which causes scars that you shake your head over 25-30 years later....
OK, anyway, more on all that later, but so Judy brings her older child Liam over to interview at Cornell. You are kinda like 'how did that happen?'. We all lived near each other until a few years ago when Judy moved east and we moved west, but before that we saw all saw each other nearly every week, and Liam was a little squirt...now nearly six feet tall, and smart, and much better behaved than his mom and I were...he brought his long board....
more on all the fun later!




6 comments:

Lori Buff said...

Go Penny, hang 20.

Karen Jensen said...

Penny! You the dog!

jim said...

penny's game for anything. that pic of skateboarding on that bridge gave me the heebie jeebies... the railing is too low

Busy Bee Suz said...

Penny is awesome!!!!!

George and Maureen Johnson said...

Penny is so fun, and a joy to have around. That little Beagle girl is so way funny, and game for anything. What a pal Penny! :)

Reverend Awesome said...

HAHA! I love Penny on the long board! I also like Liam's hat. And shoes!

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I am a part-time pottery instructor at Cornell University Pot Shop and a full-time studio potter and sculptor, married to superhawt Missus Tastycake.