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Proud parent moment
Yesterday, our little girl received the Presidential Gold Award for Outstanding Academic Excellence for keeping a 4.0 for the year. What better way to celebrate the day but to take her out on her first motorcycle ride!
Today, the final day of elementary school, she wanted to ride in on the motorcycle.
She’s hooked, and loving every minute of it!
Love our lunch time together.
Looks like these bad boys all survived the snap.
Grizzly’s first snow day
Grizz had a great day with his first snow. He just couldn’t wait to get out there and play in the fluffy white stuff.
He’s passed out on the floor now, not even making it to his warm soft bed.
What are you thankful for?
Sometimes it’s the little things, that get bigger and bigger everyday.
…and when Santa squeezes his fat white ass down that chimney, he’s gonna find the jolliest bunch of assholes this side of the nuthouse.
This year’s Halloween jack-o-lantern!
Enjoying the morning weather, Juicy feels better than ever.
Looking forward to an awesome day!
It’s been a week since we brought home our new baby boy.
Say hello the “Grizzly Bear”, or “Grizz” for short.
It’s a Nicky Hayden father’s day
Nicky’s MotoGP Ducati and an awesome Laguna Nicky shirt from my daughters.
Another new mug
This was given to me by my workout buddy.
This may have been true for Bill 1.0, but Bill 2.0 hasn’t punch anybody yet. Hmmm, maybe my workouts do help.
My wife made me get rid of a few old mugs because there is no more room in the cabinet.
Stormtroopers can’t shoot
New mug from the happiest place on earth.
Remembering a hero
William Ralph Shockley (December 4, 1918 – March 31, 1945) was a United States Army soldier and a recipient of the United States military’s highest decoration—the Medal of Honor—for his actions in World War II.
Private First Class Shockley’s official Medal of Honor citation reads:
He was in position with his unit on a hill when the enemy, after a concentration of artillery fire, launched a counterattack. He maintained his position under intense enemy fire and urged his comrades to withdraw, saying that he would “remain to the end” to provide cover. Although he had to clear two stoppages which impeded the reloading of his weapon, he halted one enemy charge. Hostile troops then began moving in on his left flank, and he quickly shifted his gun to fire on them. Knowing that the only route of escape was being cut off by the enemy, he ordered the remainder of his squad to withdraw to safety and deliberately remained at his post. He continued to fire until he was killed during the ensuing enemy charge. Later, 4 Japanese were found dead in front of his position. Pfc. Shockley, facing certain death, sacrificed himself to save his fellow soldiers, but the heroism and gallantry displayed by him enabled his squad to reorganize and continue its attack
Fresh baked chocolate chip cookies
Can’t forget the most important part of my track day weekend.
Winter is coming…
Ah, yeah, it’s here! Schools are on a one hour delay, time for another cup of coffee.
Feel the burn!
Apparently my daughter’s workout routine differs slightly from mine. Way too often I forget to bring my fake vampire teeth.
What a great way to end the day.
Due to threat of fire, I had to evacuate the bikes to a buddy’s house.
Here’s to good friends who are always there when you need ’em!
New suit for the track
All loaded up and ready for Buttonwillow Raceway with Let’s Ride Trackdays on Sunday. Just got my suit from Janman Leathers and it’s awesome.
Can’t wait to hit the track in a suit that was custom made just for me.
I’m gonna try my best to keep Juicy out of the dirt and get back to a full day at the track.