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Thursday, July 8, 2010

What You've All Been Waiting For...

Okay.  I give in.  I give in to my tens of thousands of adoring fans who so graciously send me hundreds of thousands of e-mails telling me what they are dying to see me photograph and talk about... 

And you, dear reader, can now be so grateful that I am finally going to answer your pleas.  The waiting is over and ultimate satisfaction has arrived.  Without further adieu, I present...

A Plethora of Giant Bubbles


Dare I name them?  Okay... if you insist.  This one (above) is Snakie-Face.  Man... I am so creative!


This is a picture of proper bubble technique.  It's called, "Grant demonstrating proper bubble technique."


This one is named Spooftooth.  

  
And this is Bannerbum.  For some reason... all of these bubbles have compound words for names.... How strange that is worked out that way...


This bubble didn't stick around long enough to be named... Take that nonexistent bubble!  


This bubble is called Lightning McQueen.  I think that is probably the most creative name I have ever come up with... on my own... completely...


And here is where you start wishing that I knew how to use my camera more effectively because you're slowly getting sea sick...  How ironic that this bubble happens to be named Aesuan!  Oh... that's nausea backwards, in case haven't ever heard that name before... It's predicted to be one of the top baby (and bubble) names of 2014.


Oh, and that's just a picture of my cute husband.  His name is Grant.  


After Grant got his giant bubble fix for the day I got a turn.  I started with some bubble waves.  This one is named Holahonda.  


This is another bubble that jumped ship before its christening.  I wouldn't have included this picture but my hair looked really good that day and there wasn't too much humidity to ruin it.  Enjoy while it lasts...


This little guy is Unagi.  That's eel in Japanese.  I don't speak Japanese, but I do speak sushi, so I know.


This one is named Purpur.  That's purple in German.  I don't speak German.  But Google does.


This bubble is called Severus Snape.  I don't know where that came from... When does the next Harry Potter movie come out?  Because I'm experiencing withdrawals.  Yesterday I informed Grant of Harry's birthday that's coming up and I got Butter Brickle ice cream at Braum's and insisted it tasted just like Butterbeer...  How embarrassing...


This one is named Sondevisage.  That's Tubeface in French.  If there is one thing I have learned in all my years of living, it is that adding "face" to the end of any word is a great way to make up a name.  Or to make fun of someone... but I never do that.


And for the last hurrah, this is a free floating bubble I created.  The boy in the red shirt was so impressed that he couldn't even keep his eyes open.  Thank you for visiting the bubbliest blog post on the internet.  And your welcome for the bubbliest blog post on the internet.  Farewell, my friends.

Oh.  That bubble's name is John Stamos.  

The End.

5 comments:

Ryan and Courtney Douglas said...

Looks like so much fun! Haha love the names!

beth said...

How appropriate that you would name the bubbles. We of course named each firework on the Fourth of July! We had many new and unique names. Perhaps it is a genetic propensity!

beth said...

And , by the way , you were having a very good hair day and so was Grant. Thanks for sharing!

lor said...

Haha I love you.

kelseybeth said...

What did you name the fireworks? Wait, are the names appropriate to be posted for the public...

And thanks Courtney & Lorren! Lor- I'm counting the days until I get to see you in a gorgeous dress :)

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