As you know, last week was band camp week for CJ. It was plenty hot and way more intense than he or we ever thought it would be, but he survived and did well. The whole band exceeded expectations for learning their routine, so congrats to all of them.
At the end of the second week, the seniors initiate the freshmen. In some ways, the seniors actually initiate the freshman's parents. I am going to show you pictures of said initiation as soon as Beth gets out of bed. She has the camera and the camera cable. Not in the bed with her, but in her purse somewhere. It is 8:00 and not the right time to be asking or searching. You guys wait days between posts from me, so I would guess you can wait a few more minutes before I put up the photos.
So as you can clearly not see, the seniors go around and toilet paper the houses, trees, cars, bikes, and pets of the freshmen. We did send CJ out to clean it up, but Beth was the one who actually did most of the tp removal. It was slightly windy that day and we have a neighbor who readily complains about anything that inconveniences his yard. Therefore, Beth got out there with stick in hand and step stool under foot and removed tp from the tree. I drove around our neighborhood and some trees still look like May fest, so not everyone has neighbors who complain or Beths who know from hard work. Apparently, the final key to toilet paper removal from trees is water. It has not rained here in a couple weeks, so I would guess we will see tp flapping in the breeze in some yards until we finally get some rain.
The bonus news is that some of the rolls used in the yard decoration were still rather intact as we cleaned up. We may not have to go shopping for toilet paper for a few months. I know! Hey don't give me grief about using something to wipe my arse that was once lying in my yard. I know you have gone camping and used a leaf at some point in your life. Steve, grossing out readers since 2011.