When I get older
I will be stronger
They'll call me freedom, just like a wavin' flag
K'naan "Wavin' Flag"
Game face on.
Trying to look tough.
|Does it look like he is running faster?|
|The mouth guard must be working.|
|Don't let his preoccupation with my sweater fool you... When he is not watching Ben play, he is playing with him. Sylvia, on the other hand, is truly more interested in her shoe than the soccer game.|
|Retrieving the tennis ball from the over-grown grass.|
|Got it. Ready to try again.|
|Game face on.|
|You can say you knew him when....|
|Getting in position.|
|Not sure if it was the ball change or the gear in his mouth, but suddenly he was a boy wonder -- making contact and running the imaginary bases.|
|This is how he runs. All the while, he is chanting "run, run, run, run."|
|Until he stops to catch his breath.|
|Can you see the "diamond" necklace she chose to complement the rhinestones on her dress for our morning at the zoo?|
|The right side of his head had been shaven a month earlier and he was wearing pink pants....|
|Lazy Sunday morning.|
Showing off his traditional Sidama outfit.
|Walking the streets of the South End of Boston with his boys.|
|Tackle football in the North End of Boston.|
|"The Snowy Day" is now merely "Peter."|
|Rocks are "baby balls."|
|Recognize the LaYlA HoWs gang sign?|
|Deep in thought about either the airplane or how he is going to snag Ben's basketball.|
|His nickname is Taki -- appropriately rhymes with "hockey."|
|Even this pathetic stick was transformed into a "bat."|
|Our neighbor's boardwalk bike.|