I remember Keller @ age five, and I filled out a public library survey that asked him, “What would you like to see in the new Stewart-Lakewood Library?” Keller said, “More people.” Happy 11th Birthday to my “more people” kind of boy! This is his all-star baseball team obstacle course birthday party, and his pivotal growth and development snapshots from 2015-2016.
Obstacle course crafted by our neighbor, Drew Boon. Lined up on “the log”, one team on one side, the other team on the other side, the players had to get to the other side without touching the ground. Some boys crawled under the legs of the opposite player, some players leveraged the opposite player to pass to the other side.
This station was called the “spider web,” where players had to pass to the far side without vibrating the web and waking the spider. The best course of action was to run through it. There were many more stations I failed to shoot.
Vintage eyewear found in Asheville, NCarolina. Keller is a huge book reader!
Saint Simon’s Island, GA, 8/2015
Ski mask doubles as a disguised ninja mask! This was a great Christmas gift I picked out at Sierra Trading Post on-line for $9.99.
These “sons of thunder” try to be so different than each other, but I laugh when I see how much alike they really are. Their cousin, Aira-Lynn Sweeney (Tim Sweeney’s girl), is in the background, and is uncertain about the fire.