Wednesday, June 08, 2011

Funny Dads are best

Check out the dad who dressed up every day of school last year to wave his son off.

He has entertained his son, all the kids on the bus, his neighbors, and a whole lot more via the world wide web.

I am so grateful his wife recorded every single outfit.

This is my kind of guy. Thanks to whoever you are that turned me on to the local Utah County phenomenon by sharing this news article on their facebook.

I looked and laughed at every single picture.

I wish I had ideas as good.

I wish more people in this world could turn away from the wicked stuff and just go back to having a good old time.

My Tennessee influence has to claim this get up the winner of all.

But now that I am in Utah again,
this is a very close second.

I wonder if they played missionary tag that day at school 
in honor of the ultimate funny dad?

11 comments:

Renee said...

I just posted about this dad as well! I couldn't help myself, he is so funny!!! I wish I would have thought of this first, but I would get burned out by day 4.

ShEiLa said...

What a FUN and EXCEPTIONAL Dad!

Loved this post! and I admit that I am a bit amazed too.

ToOdLeS.

Lori said...

That's awesome! What a cool dad!

The Kooky Queen--Rachel said...

Oh my gosh, that is AWESOME! How funny!

Anonymous said...

Very cool! Must be quite an interesting guy.

Angel

Amanda said...

I LOVE this! Love, love, love it! How awesome!!

Holly said...

Ok. While I think this Dad is hilarious, I am the first to admit that I would have been COMPLETELY embarrassed by him if he were my dad when I was in high school. I hated having attention drawn to myself back then. It has taken me years to learn how to laugh a little. . .

Ro said...

Hi Alice. I'm married to that guy, but that's not why I'm commenting. :) Did you know this is Cameron's uncle? http://lifeasananagram.blogspot.com Cameron's mom is my sister and actually went to Primary with Dale when they were little. I saw you comment on one of his posts recently and was surprised there was a connection. Good for a chuckle.

Alice Wills Gold said...

Oh my goodness Ro. What a small small world. We love love Cameron. He was our fav missionary.

And seriously, I am so privileged to get a comment on the blog from Wave at the Bus. Best perk of the century for having this here blog. I think you and your hubby are the bomb. It's no surprise you guys are related to Cameron.

Now I am going to have to beg Cameron to take me on a drive by at your house for Halloween. :)

Ro said...

Cameron doesn't do drive-bys, he drops in long enough to do his laundry. ;)

You're welcome to stop by any time!

suzanne said...

And Alice, when you're home in San Diego's North County, you're welcome to stop by our house, too! Thanks for taking care of my son when he was out in Tennessee! And thanks for appreciating my brother-in-law's humor!!
with love,
-suzanne