Nice pics. My advice is to try and create "Office" moments.
1) Very cute hat pictures...although Ryan won't like what Tucker's got on. I myself don't mind, although I'd prefer it to be purple and gold.2)You could do chair calesthenics (sp??). That would entertain everyone else in the office, too.
I like Lindsay's suggestion. Everytime you get up from your desk you could do five squats and then high five all the ladies in the office.Of course the pics are adorable but maybe Tucker should be wearing a Laker's hat.
Tucker is a life-long Nuggets fan! At the time this photo was taken, Tucker made the false assumption he was wearing a Nuggets hat. I haven't had the courage to tell him about this picture yet. I hope he never uses this blog, because if he sees this picture, he'll be after you, Casey, with all he's got. You DO NOT want to get on Tucker's bad side.I like Rob's suggestion. There has got to be a female "Dwight" in your office somewhere.
1) Originally I was going to take a picture of Tucker without a hat. Right as I was setting up the shot he kept pointing to my hat and demanding that I put it on him. He wouldn't give it back and proudly strutted around the house with it on. 2) Office moments is a good idea. Maybe I should borrow a pilates book from Debbie and try some stuff out at my desk.
Great pics there.Try this, Desktop Tower Defense:http://www.handdrawngames.com/DesktopTD/game.asp
When I get bored I throw electronic equipment out of the window.
Wow, Dad, from 50something stories up, that must be pretty interesting...and dangerous. But I guess you big shot lawyers can do whatever you want, eh?
Yes its pretty wild especially since the windows don't actually open....you get the picture.
Dad's been doing that for ages. Remember that time he took our super nintendo and asked us "Do you think it can fly?!" and tossed it off the balcony? I bet he's got that mastered by now.
I remember that Nintendo day well. It didn't fly.
Yeah, the boys only have every console ever invented, besides Sega I guess. I'm sure that broken Nintendo was never missed.
P.S. Because they probably went out and bought a new one the very next day.
Not the next day, but about a month later. Dad bought it, not me.
The real reason he bought another Super Nintendo was so he could play populus all day.
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