Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by Zombie Knitter, Aug 10, 2012.
My daughter and I at Bethesda Terrace in Central Park yesterday.
^The Utterly Adorable Babies and Puppies thread.
"Come on Grandma, lets go play Bag Toss."
I don't know if I want to be overheard saying that....
There's a generic term I used to see. The name escapes me. I've seen it when I was still living in the South
So, on a whim last night, I decided to shave my goatee for the first time since originally growing it out when I was 19. For the record, I'm 28 now.
Oh my god, you've been kicked out of the Mirror Universe, haven't you?
Lookin' smooth, Timby. And I don't just mean your chin.
Good on her! Learning something new and keeping active. Not enough seniors are willing to do either. She'll probably make it past 100!
Kiddo's sixth birthday party this weekend.
Her little sister who is rapidly approaching the terrible two's.
My grandmother had one if these bag toss games that was like playing tic tac toe. A big frame with nine little three sided tiles that spun around when you threw a bag through them. Harder than it looked, and if you hit the wrong side of the tile, you could make the wrong symbol and help the other person win.
I recall seeing that game in McDonald's play places.
That sounds like more fun than cornhole.
My life is complete
And another one of us has been Wesley'd.
Congrats, Ashu! Never met him in the flesh but he's a down to earth geek like most of the rest of us. All the Wesley teasing and memes aside, I'm glad he's part of the Trek family.
Hard to believe he'll turn 41 this year. The guy looks like he's still 19.
Haha yeah. I am so surprised he hugged me cause he has a no touching policy. He just so my Kings shirt and got really excited.
^ Great pic! I like the Klingon ring you're wearing too!
Thanks! I am also wearing star trek ear rings
Did Wil notice the Klingon ring?
He didn't. he was to excited about my L.A. kings shirt
Wil gets a lot of teasing (I confess, I'm guilty sometimes) but he's one of the most down-to-earth and friendly actors to ever get involved with the Trek franchise. He's a class act, funny and great.
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