Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Taxi cab with the Doors Open Ears


My Wordless Wednesday offering. I'm not counting the title. Why? Because I don't want to and it's my blog. Want to see some more Wordless Wednesday offering? Go here. Maybe they played by the rules.


  1. JR was an Alki as early as his first Grade years? Is he still drinking? Cheers Michele!!

  2. Okay, so I recognize the animal on the left in front of the kids as a guinea pig but what's the other one? It looks like a groundhog......great photo, looks like another century....oh wait, it is! Arggghhhhhh....I'm right there with ya!

  3. Gotta love the old school pictures.

  4. Aww, JR was a cutie! That seems like a lot of kids for one class, they must not have had no child left behind back then! ;)

  5. Matt: That's Al..Ki. Probably some Indian name meaning "the place where you scrape the shit out of your feet on the beach rocks"

    Sandy: I think that is a floppy eared bunny. Either named Frisky or Ginger.

    K: Don't you just.

    Casey: West Seattle + baby boomers + Boeing = tons of kids.

  6. Wow! 35 first graders in one room?! They must have had supportive parents. :)

    And those guinea pigs are the biggest I've ever seen.

    Love the title!

  7. I don't get the title. But I love it.

    I might just use it today, maybe mix it up a little...

    that picture does speak for itself and I suppose it has something to do with the title.


  8. Aw.
    I think every kid has to go through the class picture at least once or twice in their lifetime. So, was he tall or standing on something to make the back row?

  9. Noah looks just like like him!!!

    btw the title reminds me of "Speaking of goat cheese" lol :)

  10. I love those pictures. It's so fun to imagine the lives of those kids.

    (Btw, I popped over from Sandy's place after I heard your tofu comment.)

  11. I bet he totally appreciates you posting this really cute but kind of embarrassing class picture of him on the interwebs where it will be eternally available for mocking. ;)