April 23, 2009

A short, simple story

See Rowdy ride his bike over homemade bike ramps.



See Rowdy concentrate.




See Rowdy be cool.




See Rowdy fall.

See Rowdy get very angry.

See Rowdy kick his bike and call it a "friggin dammithead". Oops...I didnt capture that moment, but it happened. Really.




See Rowdy give up on biking over ramps and decide to go fishing in the ditch instead.

With a branch.



Moral of the story-
When you are unsuccessful at something, beat the heck out of it, stomp away and move on to something else.

The End.


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16 comments:

Krystyn said...

That's a good lesson!

I will use that lesson at work tomorrow:)

Emily said...

Words to live by...

Chris said...

Great story -- I love the concentration.

Tiaras and Tantrums said...

Yep, that will work!

Lauren said...

I couldn't have said it better!

Wayne said...

thats a very good lesson to be learnt,

great photo friday

shopannies said...

great moral to the story

Leah said...

wish i were a kid and could get away with that. :) i'd look pretty silly stomping my feet i guess

Alex the Girl said...

That is so boy. Love it. I just absolutely love it.

Great photos, too, by the way.

Kelly Deneen said...

hahaha Rowdy is awesome!!

And I love that he ended up fishing in the ditch. hehe.

(And yeah, Delia woke up early the next morning!!)

Izzy 'N Emmy said...

A very good moral to the story. lol! Great facial expressions too!

Carebear said...

LOL, love this post. Glad my boy isn't the only one that uses "dammit" when frustrated. Oops.

Shellie said...

Sounds good to me! Great shots of the sequence.

Carrie and Troy Keiser said...

Great pictures! Love the last one. Love the fishing with a stick idea. My kids attach anything they can find for line! Kids are so creative and imaginative.

Jenners said...

Love this one! those ramps are to die for!

Heatherlyn said...

That's pretty funny. I think it's great that he can have that bike/ramp track. And the water hole to fish in. What a great backyard for a boy. (or even a girl)