Great post for the theme. It's been a long time since I've skipped rope. :)Have a great weekend!
Loved this post!! I'm going to use your "perfect phrase".
Great take on the theme. He is a handsome young man. Happy weekend
Great shots of your son. Skipping rope is fun but when I tried to do that some years back for exercise I couldn't believe how tired I got. Much harder than I recall from my youth. This was a wonderful take on the theme. Happy weekend.
Great shots of your son!Happy weekend
being perfect is tough sometimes, G'day Miss Leslie, you will love my post this week
What a handsome man! ;)I love your shots for this weeks theme!Mine is up too!Have a nice weekend :)
What a great choice for the word this week! Handsome son you have! My hunt is up, please come and visit
Teeheehee... have to say that the last collage -- with those words there -- made me laugh (though not necessarily at the very fit Giancarlo or adoring-son you!)
Your son is looking fit with the skipping rope :)
damn. I wish I was as buff as he is.
Great exercise. I can't skip rope for 5 minutes before dying of a heart attack. happy weekend.
i agree with the five minute and heart attack comment..cough cough sputter sputter hahahaah
Many, many years ago I could skip rope. That was also many pounds ago.
Teeheehee! Nice touch with the scrapbooking frames. Back when I was very young, I know I could jump rope. Then one day in high school, I tried, and couldn't. Somehow, my coordination for that act was lost. I can barely get 3 - 5 hops in before my feet get tangled up! This week, I entered twice: two similar settings yet two totally different takes. Do check them out here and here.cheers,*lynne*
I used to love to skip rope. I also love the catchy phrase you put on the last photo.If you have time stop by and see my photo hunt this week.JyLnC's Photo Hunt
Haha.. I envy his body. How I wish I could be as fit as he is.. LOL! Boy.. I should stop eating so much now :Phttp://crizcats.blogspot.com/
That looks fun and I have to admit, I don't know how to do that :Dhappy weekend!
Nice entries for this weeks theme. Happy weekend. I have also mine.
Wah! So Hands ome.
Okay....being honest here....am I to look at the hands? Well, I'm not. LOLOLOLOLI'll give you a hand [applause] for posting such a great photo grouping for the theme this week.I have added four different hands for my entry. If you have time today, stop by and say 'howdy'!!! Happy Saturday to you.
Grand idea for the week.Have a great weekend!
Oh how terrible. Two evil words in one sentence!"Exercise" and "Gym". I think I need to sit down for an extended period of time to recover from hearing them.The photo is great so I shall forgive you ;)
Look at those flexed muscles! He must have known you'd put the photo up on your blog! ;) My Photo Hunt is up! I hope you get a chance to visit me, too. http://ilovenewyorktravel.net/photo-hunters-hands/Happy weekend!
oh my! your son is cute:D Haven't done skipping rope for a long time, am sure i'd be huffing and puffing within seconds:) Have a good weekend!
ROFL! I LOVE that saying on the bottom picture! He certainly IS a handsome young man!
I love the caption! So funny .... and your son is gorgeous ...
i used to do more than a hundred when i was young! and now i can't even complete 50 skips!
Hi Leslie, wow great photos and take on this week's theme! Excercise before hitting the Gym! No wonder your son is close to perfect. Wonderful photos and design for this week's theme and I love that saying! Have a great weekend Leslie!
One handsome hunk, where are the hands again? LOL. Here's mine http://www.mirasblog.com/2009/03/photo-hunt-12-hands.html
It has been longer than long since I skipped rope. Of course I remember when hula hoops first came out and they were never easy to do either! Great shots. Mine is up here.
Skipping ropes...ahh great memories of childhood :)Love your take today! Enjoy the weekend!
Great photos! The caption on the last one made me smile - it fits the photo so well. It's hard work jumping rope - no wonder he's in such good shape. Nice picks for The Hunt!
Fun take on hands. I used to love to jump rope as a child.
Great choice, Leslie! I'm going to borrow your perfect phrase. The lace shop is called Emilia and it is very close to the main church in Burano and to the Lace Museum. They have a showroom/museum on the second floor. Your amethyst pashmina must be really lovely and a great reminder of the beauty of Burano.Happy Sunday!
Perfect, Leslie. And great presentation, too. Blessings!
beautiful shots, definitely perfect! Sarah
HA! I remember the days of buff bodies. Great photos!
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