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Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Grandson

Starring
Dylan Thomas Jones



That's our grandson.
His dad, our son, is doing the taping and Dylan does the editing for his college work in videography.
 
He gets three pairs of shoes a month from the company that sponsors him.
That is only how long they last him.
He is hard on those puppies.
 



9 comments:

The French Bear said...

That's awesome!!!!! I love the fact that he goes through three pairs a month!!!!
Hugs,
Margaret B

LadyCat said...

Very cool! He has a great sense of balance. I bet that is hard on the shoes : )

daylily (Queenmothermamaw) said...

The shoes are very flexible too and the soles are not as thick as regular shoes.
QMM

Rudee said...

He's pretty amazing. Where's his helmut? And wrist guards?

daylily (Queenmothermamaw) said...

Rudee that is a great question. He does not do videos for the company without the gear, just for himself. I talked to my son about that and he said these are just short shots that Dylan uses to practice editing. I asked my son why do you let him do it without the gear. Well this boy is 21 and has his own business. I guess he doesn't listen to dad anymore. Keeps me worried. In 12 years of skating he has had one broken arm.
QMM

Friko said...

I bet that's another one you're proud of.
Great grands you have, old girl.

Southwest Arkie said...

Wow! Pretty cool! How is your son keeping up with him? First I thought he was on a bike, but I can't tell.

Karin said...

Great job - what amazing dexterity and balance. I would be on the side of the protective gear too!!

Missy said...

You have a super awesome grandson, tell him to always wear a helmet (which I'm sure you do), my one friend got a nasty head wound from not wearing one.