My Papa's pet name for his great-grandchildren is "button". I will never forget his sweet scratchy voice when comforting my daughter, "What's a matter, Butt'n?"
Huh? Was there a picture or explanation that went with this? I want a Frolicky Tee shirt!! How do I get one???Mom
Never mind. I clicked on the appropriate line. Now I want to know what is FROCKLY and who is Harvey?Mom
Okay I just read Beth's post about Ilai's football game and your Mom's comment about football and I thought "Wow, Sister Kossub is so hip and knowledgable about football! She even used jock strap in a sentence, which was a bit shocking, but sort of impressive too."Then I get to your site Jody, and see our Frockly giveaway posted (thank you), which I'm sorry to tell you ended last Friday, but we are starting another one tonight that will end on Wednesday the 17th, but in order to enter you have to post the appropriate giveaway. There should be instructions once it's up and it won't sound so confusing.Anyhoot, "who is Harvey?" WHO IS HARVEY!!?? Harvey Unga, BYU RB #45! He is one of BYU's best players which is why he is featured on a t-shirt. The other ones (just in case there's more questioning) Mad Max is for Max Hall, BYU QB #15. "Loyal, Strong and True" is from the Cougar Fight Song sung at every game after each touchdown. And lastly, "Frockly" is just the name that my husband came up with when creating this little venture. It means the same thing that other companies (like Google or Pepsi) did when they first started. Let's hope it gains some meaning (probably not of that caliber, but still...).
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I try in vain to watch BYU football. So why isn't it on the BYU channel for Pete's sake! (Or at least when I try to find it it's not...) Thanks for the explanation and Go Harvey! Go Max! and Go Mark! (Mark Sanchez, USC QB.) And be grateful that your name isn't Neuheisel (sp?).But most of all, GO ILAI!Love,MomP.S. Just found out what Play-Action means in football terminology. Let me know if you want to impress somebody and I'll tell you how to appropriately use the term.....
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