I went to the Heritage Museum/Pioneer Days as a 'chaperone' with about 35-40 three and four year olds yesterday.
My life has been changed. Here's proof.
That is a 100 lb. catfish that was caught in New Albany. Didn't know they could get that big. Interesting. That's also a fox. It kind of looks like the catfish is chasing the fox. Anyone else think that's funny? No? Just me?
I've heard of dulcimers before but don't think I had ever seen one up close and in person. I like the hearts. :)
One of my favorite movies EVER is Reality Bites. My sisters and I quote it often. In the last scene of the movie Troy is strumming a guitar singing this song that I honestly always thought, the words were made up to. I realize now it was probably a salute to pop culture that I never understood.
Y'all. IT'S A REAL SONG. "Froggy Went A-Courtin'." Why did I not know this?
4 yr. olds don't really like to stand still for pictures. You'd think I had known that. Evidently I have forgotten in the past month? This was also my first experience on a train.
This picture is mostly just for my nephew. His Accelerated English teacher gives students nicknames. Scott's nickname is the Frenchman. :) Leah thought it said henchman. I don't know about you but Henchman's Bend is not a place I'd like to visit.
It's a LLAMA!!! I never understood people's fascination or love for these things until I experienced one first hand. They're just so adorable!
One of the local high school's Spanish Club has t-shirts that say "Como Se" and then a picture of a llama.
You know, because the double ll in Spanish is pronounced "ya"? And that means "what's your name?" or something like that.
I think it's one of the wittiest things ever. This probably makes me a nerd.
I think this post also goes to show that I have led a very sheltered life.
Never been on a train?
Never seen a llama?
This easily entertained?
Happy Friday y'all!