Hello, Fire Enthusiasts. I just thought that I would share a little something with you. I do what I can to keep the virtual spiderwebs off of this blog, but, as I've said before, it isn't easy when I'm up at 3:00 am, in the office by 4:00 am and work 11 hours a day.
So, while I was contemplating what I could do for a post, we suddenly received a text from our son...
You see, Riley traveled from our home in Central California with the Kingsburg High School Concert Choir, Women's Choir and the Jazz Choir (of which our son is a member) and traveled down south to Anaheim. It is the spring trip and it is called: Music in the Parks at Disneyland.
As of the time that I am writing this note, I assume that the trip has been great fun, but my son won't be arriving home until very early in the morning, when I am too deeply into my R.E.M.'s to notice. Mean, right? We'll be leaving the truck at the school and he will be driving himself home at 2:00 am or so.
However, as you can see from the photo, while the kids were having free time at Disneyland, he ran into a familiar face at the California Screamin' ride. We watch all of the "Bones" re-runs religiously in our home, so he knew exactly who the actor was when he ended up in line with him; he just couldn't pronounce his last name...
"Excuse me, Sir," my oldest son asked. "Aren't you David from 'Bones'?"
"Would you mind taking a picture?"
And the rest is photographic history.
We just went on the New York trip with his Wind Ensemble last month. See an earlier post, if this is the first you've heard about this. We've gone to Disneyland so many times that we decided to stay home for this trip. He doesn't need mom and dad hanging around all of the time, so we pick and choose when to go. In any event, we were sitting in a restaurant in Fresno, having lunch, when my wife's cell phone vibrated with a message that we would be buzzing about for the entire day.
Just thought I'd share it with you.
We'll talk soon.