ian, the concerned citizen.

its funny to see how becoming a dad has changed ian. back in college he spent his time playing. playing with his computer, his guitar, any toy that was the coolest at the time. these days he’s still into toys. like his iphone… the coolest toy he says has EVER been made. i have to agree with him. it is pretty neat. another toy… his PS3. any evening you might find him playing a game of NBA2K8 after Emma’s gone to bed. (sometimes he sneaks breaks from working during the day to play, too) anyway, i can ramble, but here’s my point. here is ian’s new toy.
hotwheels.jpg

Yes, its a gun. And, yes, it says Hot Wheels on it. ‘What is it?’ you may be asking yourself. let me explain. it is a radar gun. ian has decided that people drive way too fast down our street. so fast that we might need to have some speed bumps put in. so, ian decided to do some research on his own. he ordered this baby online for $30 so he could figure out just how fast cars are going. its funny to see him out there pointing the radar gun at cars, and then seeing the drivers stare back at him wondering what the heck he is doing. the next step is getting a real deal officer out here to take some data and determine if we can get those speed bumps put in. ian has the application for that ready, too. we need the signatures of 10 families on our street who agree with us.

who would have thought that he’d be such a concerned citizen? i guess that’s what having a kid does to you. i love it… 😉

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Author: denissewarshak

I am married to my high school sweetheart. We have the best three kids in the world. I like to write, craft, and take pictures of the beautiful things around me.

2 thoughts on “ian, the concerned citizen.”

  1. oh my goodness–can you PLEASE get a picture of him standing on the side of the road doing this?? (bonus points if you can get him to wear a pair of aviators while doing it)

    ha!

    ~heather~

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