Spending time with CK4, JKash, Ambsy Bambsy, and Little Jordy provided enough material for a blog post. Plus as JKash assured me, it will lead to more blog traffic.  Normally I’m not a huge fan of recapping what I do in my life but I’ll make an exception.

I held his beer while I read to him.

I held his beer while I read to him.

I haven’t seen Jordan in about 8 months and can’t remember the last time I’ve seen a kid.  Jordan is almost 2 and and his yoga poses are precious.  He knows more English than I know German and even said “Slate Roof” when I was there. I’m not going to overrun the blog with Jordan because he does something cute every 5 seconds.  You tell me.

Jordan made a sea horse out of play-doh that looked pretty much like a snake and then Amber showed him up designing a beautiful, exact replica of a seahorse. She’s been practicing. After hanging out for a while, the guys went bowling at Facenda Whitaker. The special was 15 bucks for 2 1/2 hours of bowling which is dirt cheap compared to the city. I brought my own ball and was taking ridicule. We started off the first two games and I was 109 and 112. Ck4 bombed out of the blocks with a 165 avg for the first 2 games and JKash rolled a respectable 151 in game 1. Ck4 was saying how he was going to dominate me on the lanes and he was proving it until….

bowlingI moved over a couple of boards and starting rolling down the the right side of the lane and magic struck. After 2 open frames, I rolled 9 strikes in a row to put up a 254 for my 2nd highest score game ever. The universe was right again. We rolled another 4 games to finish with 7 on the night much to Ck4’s delight. I can honestly say that nothing pleases Chad more than going to value town. JSmash wanted to come out but wasn’t quite in Mad River form. We had a good night and I enjoyed the evening which was a pleasant change from hammer time at the bar.