It was f - u - n ~
my only critique is that it was at 3pm and my hub couldn't come.
When our CFO took his shirt off to hop in the dunk tank, I giggled.
No shame in his game.
On the third ball, this guy dunked him. CFO didn't stay dry for long. he he he
They had great food, corn hole and a Bingo tent for the old folk.
And lotsa stuff for the little ones. . .
like inflatables, ice cream, sno cones, the bungee thing, paddle boats, and even pony rides - -
This little guy is my new boss's youngest son.
So presh! Cute as he can be.
And brave up on that
buckin bronco lil pony.
My friend Kelly's 5 year old Gavin had his face all in the cotton candy. He's a cool kid.
He was doin flips in the bungee thing. Little daredevil.
This is the gal who inspired me to do that half marathon earlier this year.
She's a cool chic... and has great taste in friends obv
We decided to do the zip line togethuh... it was pretty cool ~
Anessia and her hub <3
someday they'll probably make some super cute babes - look at those smiles :o)
There were a couple live music acts, but I can't remember their names...
they sounded good though.
The event raised over $6,000 for the foundation. Pretty awesome.
The money mostly came from a silent auction, with a dab comin from the live auction and of course the good ole dunk tank. Everything else was F R E E ....
I ain't gonna lie - I paid a few bucks to try to dunk a lady who used to be in the office by mine. She's one of those always happy folk who is happy to do anything for a cause. Of course I'm a terrible shot so I just ran up after missing three times and punched the thing to drop her. And she thanked me by splashing me. A.lot.