Sunday, January 18, 2009

TAG! You're it...

So for the tens of ones of you who occasionally stop by (Ms. Danielle...you're IT), I am officially tagging you.


The name of the game is Picture Tag. Go to your picture file. Pick the 4th folder and the 4th picture and then explain what the photo was all about.


I was tagged by my ADHD friend over at Monkeys are Funny tagged me, so now YOU'RE IT!. I think I just like saying, "You're It!"







This picture is from Centrifuge camp in 2007. It shows a scene from a little torture game we play called mega relay. Mega Relay is amazing fun and possibly the most painful 10-12 minutes of your life, outside of childbirth. This particular event is called "Popsicle Pushup." My 2nd son, Caleb is the one with the red headband facing the camera. 4 people lay on the ground in a square and put their feet on the adjacent person's shoulders (think a popsicle stick picture frame--clever name, no?). It's a good think I have a visual of it. Then they have to do 4 pushups in this heat of the event. I think there are usually about 12 different events or heats. Yes there are stickers. Yes, we have lost a couple to heat exhaustion. Yes, Caleb's team won the Mega Relay. Caleb's team AWAYS wins the Mega Relay. It's kind of like competing with Chuck Norris or Superman....sigh

5 comments:

Beverlydru said...

I got tagged too! You are fast- I'll post mine tomorrow.
I would do MUCH better behind the camera than participating in this game. Actually - I'm a good cheerleader. Not even a good photographer!

My ADHD Me said...

This looks WAY too difficult!!
neat picture. It took a minute to figure out whose feet were whose.
:)

Chatty Kelly said...

Neat picture!!

Edie said...

That's a great photo. I'm sure glad I don't have to do that! LOL!

Pam from alertandorientedx4 said...

Some of the heats aren't so physical...in one of them one person holds a disposable diaper with chocolate pudding in it while a second person eats the pudding. Kind of...ewww....I had to do something called an Amoeba Run and then an Itsy Bitsy Spider relay. My daughter did the Dr. Pepper burp thing this year....sigh