Blog Intro

Blog Intro

Quote of the Week

“My religion is very simple. My religion is kindness.” – Dalai Lama

Fact of the Week

When Thomas Edison was confined to a wheelchair in the last years of his life, his friend Henry Ford bought one too, so that they could have wheelchair races.

Joke of the Week

Q: What do you call leprechauns who collect aluminum cans, used newspapers and plastic bottles?
A: WEEcyclers!

Comic of the Week

Comic of the Week

Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Bike Parade 2010

Every year our church has a bike parade. It is really cute because the kids get to decorate their bikes, then ride them IN THE STREET (the ultimate in coolness!). This year, they were led by horses! Topher is usually the one who is gung ho for this and Tim not so much. They surprised me again this year by switching roles.
Here they are passing our house. I love that they pass our house every year!
What a spectacle!
Here is Tim bringing up the rear. It took him a while before he would "mingle" with the rest of the bikers.
After the parade, we detoured to the school for popsicles and horse rides. Tim wasn't too interested in the horse, so I went back home to see if Topher wanted to ride.
Um, yeah, he did. He had a great time too. They must have eaten 5 popsicles a piece. My boys love those treats! It was a cute day and I am glad they have it every year. Thank you, Debbie!!
Tune: Bicycle Seat - Max Splodge


Rachelle said...

I would have thought Toph would be so excited to ride his new bike!

Jaylene said...

I thought so too. I think this was Tim's first bike parade because he has never wanted to go. They keep you on your toes!