Monday, January 23, 2012

Alan shows off for the camera

Alan: I hope you're catching all this action, mom.




Alan: The nice people out there probably don't realize what an amazing baton twirler I am. 
Just another of my many hidden talents.



Alan: Now watch closely as I toss this thing a hundred feet into the air, twirl three times around, 
then catch it in my teeth as it falls to earth. Are you ready?

Me: I'm ready!

Alan: Cue the drumroll...














Alan: Damn. I missed it.

Me: Damn. Me, too.





13 comments:

  1. Yet another day started with a giggle and a smile. ... I love it!

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  2. LOL! Dang, guess you're going to have to use the video part of the camera next time.

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  3. I think he and Bernard must be long lost relatives! Over the top cuteness for sure. :)

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  4. Tee Hee. Keep practicing Alan and you'll get it. (Or just tell everyone you're a magician and the stick is levitating). When can we expect to see you on Letterman?

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  5. Estella from Co.1/23/12, 7:53 AM

    Alan...you can do it I know it. What a great way to start the day. Last picture "Look mom no hoofs" Hugs to all

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  6. Awesome pictures and this boy always makes me smile.

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  7. I recently stumbled upon your blog and it cracks me up!! I love the pictures of your donkeys! lol, especially Alan, he really cracks me up!!





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  8. His eyes were sparkly, his nostrils flared...everything was a go! I think he can do it. Practice. Practice. Practice. What lovable guys and gal they are.

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  9. Laughing...really hard! This is one of your best! Damn.... I was so ready to see that twirl, too!

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  10. No one starts out an expert - keep practicing! I'd love to see this trick on video.

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  11. Wait, is he levitating the stick????

    Land of enchantment indeed!

    ;)

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