Ok, so you know when you click through your Facebook pictures (am I the only one that does this from time to time?) and come across a few that make you laugh? Well... here are a few of mine, with explanations to follow. :)
George and I took a bike tour in Costa Rica. Our guide was riding in front of us and told us to look at the camera and smile. I clearly wasn't watching where I was going and rode off of a rut. He took this right as I started to fall off my bike.
This is a picture from my senior year of high school. The theme for homecoming was "Cowboys and Indians." My friends and I dressed up for spirit day... only we had the wrong day. Everyone else was completely dressed normally, and we were running around like indians. Oops!
I suppose this isn't so much awkward as it is cute. When Gracie was a puppy, there was a short period of time when one of her ears was stuck straight up. I so hoped that it would stay that way. :)
Another picture from my senior year of high school. Near the end of the year, we had "Mini Olympics." There were teams of 8? people. You played a series of games after school and there was also a costume portion. Judging was before school in the morning, and every team had to have a theme. Our team was toys. My friend was a giant slinky, we had an Etch-a-Sketch, those giant robots that boxed...we were pretty legit. I was a Betsy Wetsy doll. For judging, if you pushed my tummy, I had a bottle that squirted water and made me...well..."wet" myself. My parents were so proud...I'm sure. I also had to walk around with wet shorts for the rest of the day.
We got photobombed by one of our videographers.
George's brother and his wife had a yearly Halloween party. This year, the theme was SNL. Of course, I convinced George to be Ace and Gary with me. I made our costumes and had a blast! Stuffing socks down the front of the briefs was extremely uncomfortable though. Haha
Spring Break in Las Vegas my junior year of college. Sarah and I saw a shirtless goat man on stilts wearing a leather thong... so naturally, we needed a picture with him.
(This was before we saw Cirque Du Soleil's Zumanity <Not something to see sober or with any sort of family member or friend with morals)
Our nephew and godson, Louie, was one of the ring bearers in our wedding. He was obviously tired and taking pictures is no fun for a two year old when it's nap time. Our photographer was able to capture him mid-meltdown. This picture always makes me laugh.