Lately I've been thinking a lot about what my children will remember about me when I'm gone. What important lessons have I taught them? Are they armed with the tools they'll need to go out and face the world?
I figure the blog is the best way to ensure that they always remember me and what I think is important. So Billy, Mary Kate, Tommy, Ann, and Matthew, may I present...
Lesson One: The "Single, Single, Double, Double." In social situations whenever music is involved, this dance move is key in fitting in. You can switch it up, add some 1980's era hops or even the current "Dougie" dance move. Make it your own, but at least you will be armed with the social coolness that I had.
Matt was around to help me make this video. Notice he's telling me I'm "Looking good." I know Matt. I am cool when I do the Single, Single, Double, Double. And you can be too. Watch and
Let's see if they paid attention, shall we?
That's very good.
Lesson Two: Making a fool of yourself on YouTube and/or a blog is totally worth it if it gets someone to laugh.