Saturday, September 27, 2008

Got it?

Last night we all went to the park for an evening kite-flying/frisbee throwing/ball chasing/enjoy the nice weather outing. Right about sundown, as we were getting ready to leave Calvin noticed a young couple (very obviously on a date) and some random third wheel girl arrive with their own frisbee. Calvin made a beeline towards them and I arrived just in time to hear this exchange:

Calvin: "Hi guys... I mean, hi friends."
Random Third Wheel: "Hi there!"
Calvin: "I'm Calvin. I know, You (motioning to Third Wheel) can play with me, and You (girl on date) can play with your brother."


Calvin, facilitating hookups since 2004.

11 comments:

candace and dave said...

I'll never stop loving you Calvin...especially after comments like that.

~LisaLou~ said...

Hey Care,
That air show looked awesome! I bet my boys would love to go to one. I'll have to look for one here.
Your boys looked like they were loving it and the pictures were so cute.
Sounds like you are getting some actual fall weather. We were in the high 90's last week and it was so nice! Wish we had some pretty trees to look at!
Love ya, Lisa

Laurie said...

He's priceless.

Kristin said...

That is too funny! Love it!

Jordan and Jeremy said...

hahaha! thanks for the laugh!

Dehner Family said...

Calvin is so entertaining. Myles couldn't get enough of him at the park the other day, and I totally understand why!

LONICA said...

It's a little crazy how excited I am when I see you've made a new post--they are always good for a laugh. Thanks for the smile!

Valerie said...

Oh, that Calvin! I'm sure the girl on the date just loved Calvin's comment about her "brother" So funny! That kid, seriously, Care, I have to meet him...I just know he and I would have some great conversations.

Jessika said...

Hilarious! And that picture is so precious. He is such a character. Reminds me of my nephew. What fun.

CamilleJohnFam said...

That's awesome! He's got a perfect outlook on things!

KT said...

Man do I ever love a good Calvin story. He is destined for greatness.