Anybody can swing on a swing. But people that wear goggles are expecting something more. They’re on an adventure when everyone else is “just swinging.”

If what you’re doing seems repetitive–it’s lost the charm you once remember it having–than maybe you’re taking it too seriously. Play.

Swimming goggles: $4.99



Billy.J · 10 Aug ’09 at 3:53 pm

That’s so true. I feel that sometimes whenever I try and do something that entertained me as a kid, but I then realize its lost its charm. Maybe I’ll try not taking it so seriously next time I play dolls with my sister. :]


mooney · 12 Aug ’09 at 2:00 pm

He looks like a super hero in training!

Ken G · 12 Aug ’09 at 3:44 pm


Matt Harris · 13 Aug ’09 at 10:49 am

What a great post from a great picture. He created us to worship, not just with song but with swings too!

Tab · 17 Aug ’09 at 3:20 am

This makes me happy! Taking swinging to the next level for sure, and it was already amazing to begin with! Plus it makes it all the more exciting that they’re steaming up so he probably can’t actually see a thing! What a…angel? 😉 He’s got the faith of a child ;P He must have found the eyes of his spirit!

That’s almost as fun as wearing swimming goggles while you cover your face with shaving cream…and then having precious little Mexican children throw coco pebbles at you to see who can stick the most. I did that recently! You should try that next if the swinging gets old for you guys! Though it might be a little more than $4.99, considering airfare and all.

Can’t wait to be there! Counting the days till life change…17 to go!

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