Although, I have to say.....they are great kids, even the twins, who are so angelic and sweet with me and then turn into crying, whining things when their Mom is around. Hmmmm....do you think that they have her figured out? Makes you wonder, right?
Then, I had a gig last night that didn't get canceled for rain-----a miracle----so Bret (or Poppy as the G-babies call him) took all the kids to a parade BY HIMSELF. So, I guess HE gets the G-Dad award of the year!
Here they are----sitting on the curb....
The twins reaction to the parade---oh, so precious!
The little dance routine of Mila and Aydan.
Well, I got home late Friday night and got to bed late, as I was chatting with my daughter, as she had returned. I had to be up early this morning to get ready to be in a parade of my own for the band. Interesting work. I had never really performed in a parade before. Note to general public: Don't feel too confident while you are dancing on a moving float----you know-----that you won't fall down.
I almost hit the floor two times! It could have been scary. And funny, I suppose, if caught on video.
But I made it. And the results are as follows:
Now, don't forget-----it was without the band----backing tracks and all-----and it was difficult to hear each other----so don't be too harsh. Remember what your mother taught you. "If you can't say anything nice,.......um.......lie."
Seriously, I really do sound better than that.....
***I also have to mention that I was planning a video for Secrets In The Sauce, this FANTASTICO blog that caters to people who COMMENT (click on the button on the right side to find out more)----cause I wanted to win an amazing gift card to Target------can I hear a WOOOP? But they didn't get enough responses, so they canceled it. (I am tearing up now----really----I wanted that gift card and I had myself convinced that I was going to win it----we've all been there, right?)
So, now all my dreams have been dashed, and I have to start all over again with whatever they decide to do......
By the way. All things considered. We DO have a great country, don't we?