Archives for December 2014

At the Marine Museum

On December 6th Grandmother and Granddad took Blaine, Landen, Kenley, Luke, Bryant, and I to the National Marine Museum. We went to four fast food places that day. They were McDonalds for breakfast, Krispy Kreme for doughnuts, Panda Express for dinner and Wendy’s for a frosty. It neat at the museum. There was a playset that was set up like a training course. I liked the Cold War section because of a scene that we played in.

At Monticello

On Sunday the 30th Grandmother took Bryant, Rose Ellen, and I to Monticello for a free open house. The house was huge!

The house

The house

This is the house of Thomas Jefferson. There was a guy dressed up like Thomas and got to be on the news.

"Thomas" on the news (NBC 29)

“Thomas” on the news (NBC 29)

60% of the things in there are original. He made doors that when you open one both open.

Thanksgiving

On november 27 we had Granddad, Grandmother, and the Woods family over at our house for Thanksgiving.  Luke, Kenley, Bryant, and I played airsoft a lot. About 2:00 we had lunch. we had turkey. About 8:00 we had turkey sandwiches for dinner.  After dinner Uncle Eric, Landon, and Luke sang a song for everyone. I was recording. If you want a recording e-mail me at cooper@cooperhull.com.  Hurry! This deal ends fast! The song is called “My Side of the Radio” by Chris Rice. The lyrics are:

Here I am on the other side of the radio
Wonderin’ why I’m here and why anybody cares what I say
No I’m not a better man cause I’m singing my songs on the radio
Cause were all the same, at the end of the day

Now I imagine you on the other side of the radio
Doin’ your homework or driving with your windows down on the freeway
I see you tappin’ the wheel I see you bobbin’ your head to the radio
Oh and it makes my day, to see that smile on your face
And in some small way, I remember my place

Cause it’s you and me singing the same song right now
And maybe this will bring us together somehow
And maybe there’s a million people all singing a long
Somebody started thinkin’ about the third line
And maybe someone’s saying a prayer for the first time
And that’s enough reason to keep me singing my song,
Singing my songs, on the other side of the radio

Crank up the volume sing at the top of your lungs with the radio
Tune it in to some good news and laughing along with the dj
We’re changing someone’s world from the other side of the radio
Oh and it makes my day to see that smile on your face
And in some small way, I remember my place

Cause it’s you and me singing the same song right now
And maybe this will bring us together somehow
And maybe there’s a million people all singing a long
Somebody started thinkin’ about the third line
And maybe someone’s saying a prayer for the first time
And that’s enough reason to keep me singing my song
Singing my song, on the other side of the radio

Cause it’s you and me singing the same song right now
And maybe this will bring us together somehow
And maybe there’s a million people all singing a long
Somebody started thinkin’ about the third line
And maybe someone’s saying a prayer for the first time
And that’s enough reason to keep me singing my song
Singing my song, on the other side of the radio

Dah Dah dah dah dah dah dah dah
Other Side of the Radio

Dah Dah dah dah dah dah dah dah
Other Side of the Radio

Dah Dah dah dah dah dah dah dah
Other Side of the Radio

(I’m not sure if they skipped any of it)