Do parents send kids to summer camp anymore? I don't know of anyone who's gone, past or present. Well, this mother of an eight year-old decided to send her son to a summer camp even though it would be the first time he had been away from home for more than a night. You've got to read the letter he sent his mother. It's reminiscent of the Allan Sherman 'Hello Muddah/Hello Faddah' novelty song of 1963.
When I was in high school I took great pride in organizing a rock concert in our auditorium to raise money for uniforms the school's football team needed. We raised $1000, which was a lot of money for the 80s. These students also took great pride in raising money so that janitor Rickey Spaulding could go to Italy where his son is stationed. They clearly are in the Father's Day spirit.
Now that spring is here and summer is just around the corner, it's almost impossible to avoid road construction. Like me, I'm sure you've seen construction dump trucks bearing signs on the back which read "Construction Vehicle. Do Not Follow." But why can't you follow them? What happens if you do?
Up until Father's Day, I'm going to post as many stories about awesome dad's as possible. This dad will do just about anything to make his little girl happy. She is adorable, but it's dad that steals the show.
For the most part, 2 year-old infants are unable to speak. Their cognitive ability to articulate words is far from even beginning to develop yet. We figured with Father's Day in just a few days, it would be nice to see a video of a 2 month old saying those three very special words that would delight any dad.
Today's dating websites actually give the awkward and weird a chance at finding love. This can be attributed to coaching on what answers to provide a potential suitor and instructions on what to say, along with what not to say on a presentation video. Apparently, these tips were not available in the 80s.
Sure, Mother's Day has come and gone but mom's will always be near and dear to our hearts. But what if mom revealed a shocking secret about herself that surprises you? That was Jimmy Kimmel's goal last week. His mission was to asks moms, 'What's the most shocking thing your kids don't know about you?'
Just when I've been feeling old and brittle another video comes along reinforcing what's obvious. You are about to see two cute kids doing a salsa dance that will blown your mind. The entire 1:46 video is wonderful and the music will make you wanna get up and shake your hips. Although, if I try to do that, I'm sure to displace them.
Okay, graduation can be an exciting time for students but, let's not get too crazy. Recently at the commencement ceremonies at Michigan’s Davenport University, this guy was so happy to get his diploma, he flipped, literally.
The weather is getting nicer and its time to head outside and go for a walk or a jog. Perhaps you'd like to, dance in the streets? Meet Ben Aaron. He's a producer and presenter for NBC and he was shooting video on the streets in Manhattan when he saw a stranger that inspired him.
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