Thursday, November 3, 2011

Thursday Challenge: Creative - My Son Adam

Adam is my eldest son and a very creative guy.  He does marketing and advertising for an upscale Resort/Spa/Restaurant so he is creative for a living.  But being creative is just naturally part of who he is.

He is an excellent cook and excels in a variety of styles to include Italian, Cajun, Chinese, and has become something of a Sushi Chef.  It has been awhile since I have sampled some of his Sushi and would enjoy it again sometime - soon.  (hint, hint)

He loves music and has been known to play trumpet, tuba, fiddle and guitar.  Not content to just play a guitar he has constructed several.  My favorite is made from a large cigar box.  The tone is a bit thin but it plays well and has a unique appearance.  Actually he plays quite well with some friends on Saturday night and at his church on Sunday morning.

When the ageing family dachshund injured his back and was unable to walk Adam fashioned a little cart to support his hind quarters,  The dog happily scooted around as quickly as before.  I could give many other examples of how how is creative in a very practical way.  Adam is a clever fellow, a good dad to his two lovely daughters, and I am very proud of him.  I am proud of all 3 of my sons of course but today is Adam's turn in the spotlight.

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Yogi♪♪♪ said... [Reply to comment]

You must be proud of him. Kudos to him on the fix for the dachsund.

PerthDailyPhoto said... [Reply to comment]

He certainly is a talented young man Bill and I can see why you are so proud of him! Bet that little Dashhound loves him to bits!!

Leedslass said... [Reply to comment]

I think all parents should be allowed to boast about their children. This particular apple didn't fall far did he?

Louis la Vache said... [Reply to comment]

«Louis» tips his hat to your son for his creativity - especially the support he made for the dachshund. Those poor dogs are so likely to develop back problems as did «Louis'» late dachshund, "Oscar"...

hadum1 said... [Reply to comment]

I can't believe how cool I am *snark*.


Anonymous said... [Reply to comment]

What a wonderful tribute to a talented and thoughtful person who happens to be your son. You are so blessed to have such as that!