Wednesday, July 21, 2010

The one day where I was both Lance Armstrong and Michael Phelps at the same time.

Sorry it took so long to write another post, my cousins were in town so I was busy.

By the way, I won the word of the week with my last post. The Nerd Mafia said I was now a Made Kid and gave me this award. Thank you readers for commenting and saying I should win. And also, thank you to Nerd Mafia for voting that I should win. Cool.

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So, a couple of weeks ago I got a little rambunctious and took a dip in the pool with my bike. I was riding my bike around the pool and went too fast off the step and I went into the shallow end of the pool very slowly. I was wearing all of my clothes and it took my shoes five whole days to finally dry. I checked everyday to see if they were dry.

Immediately my dad was taking pictures like a paparazzi and my mom came running out of the house and flipped out. When everything was done that's when she told me I shouldn't ride my bike around the pool and that I am NOT Evel Knieval.

I got out of the pool all frantic, but I still thought it was awesome. I kept yelling out, "That was Great!"

That's it for this post, see you next time.

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  1. The next time you feel like doing something extreme, might I suggest putting french fries into a Wendy's Frosty?

    It's pure madness.

  2. Honey, I wouldn't say 'I flipped out' as it was more of a rolling my eyes, 'I told you so' kind of moment.

    I have full faith in your Michael Phelps/Lance Armstrong abilities.

  3. Cool! We have our very own stuntman in the family!!

    So who got the bike out of the pool???

  4. I think it's funny that you checked every day to see if your shoes were dry.

  5. will you ask your mom if i can come over and ride my bike into the pool? because that sounds like something i need to experience in my lifetime.

  6. that's so awesome that you won word of the week with your last post! :)

    and i bet that was funny to see you fall into the pool on your bike! i'm glad your dad was there to get a picture of it so we could all see!

  7. Please thank your father for documenting this for me. I enjoyed the picture and the post.

  8. Your blog looks awesome with the Made Man badge! I hope your bike dried out well and isn't too squeaky!