Friday, November 14, 2008

Our Grandchildren - Segment 6

This is Tyler. He is the 17 year old son of Stephanie and Darren. Tyler is a junior in high school. He wants to join the service when he graduates. Tyler is 6'2" tall and very physically fit. He loves to hunt and go four-wheeling both with his dad and with Pap. He also helps his Pap around the house. Last week he dug a ditch for a pole for our TV satellite.
Tyler's car is his pride and joy. He works after school and on weekends at a local hardware store so he can pay his car insurance. He is shown here with his little brother who loves to ride in Tyler's car with him.

Tyler's favorite activity is skateboarding. I think that skate boarders take a bad rap. Many people are not aware that it is a sport that requires skill. Some schools in wealthier districts have incorporated skateboarding into the curriculum. Our small town has no place for skateboarders. A group of interested residents have formed a committee to develop a skate park in our small town. We know that it won't be easy - but it is a worthwhile project.


Kathy said...

Another wonderful family post, Sweetie! Your grandson is a doll and sounds like a great kid. I have really enjoyed meeting your wonderful grandchildre!

Anonymous said...

GM Sweetie, I'm thrilled to meet another part of your family. He is so handsome. They have done a good job raising this boy. You can tell he is responsible, by him getting a job to help with the car he loves so much. I know you're proud. :)

Bo said...

Hi Sweetie...I remember Tyler from some previous pics and I've wondered how the skateboard park for your town is coming along... I love the old-fashioned Christmas pictures (cards) on your sidebar too! Happy wk-end, ;-) Bo

Jan and Tom's Place said...

What a handsome young man Tyler is!! You have every right to be proud of him.

I love all of your introductions to your family members.


imjacobsmom said...

Hey Tyler, you have a neat car! And good for you working in a hardware store and helping out your Pap! And lucky for you - you have the coolest Gramma around trying to get a skate park in your town. ~ Sweetie, I hope you have a great day! ~ Robyn

Nancy said...

Sweetie, that guy is going to be a heartbreaker. He is soooo good looking. Glad he helps his Grandpa and I hope he gets his skatepark soon. Great to meet another member of your family.
Have a good weekend.
Love Nancy

Sharon said...

I enjoy reading about your grandkids
Tyler is a handsome young man
I can tell how very proud you are of them all.
My grandson loves to skateboard.He makes his own ramps and of course I panic when he shows me new tricks.
That is what we do, right?

Shabby Olde Potting Shed said...

Ahhhh sweet Grands Sweetie!
That skateboarding photo is incredible!!!
I read your pressure cooker post too. I have a pressure cooker as well... and find I still duck behind everything and my heart just pounds when I have to use it. LOL Your new one looks great though!
The picture of that meat below it looks DELICIOUS! MMMMM!

Linda said...

What a wonderful grandson....I see why you are so pround of him. I'm enjoying meeting your family.

Sweetie, I really like your new presssure cooker.....dinner looks delicious...hugs, Linda

Anonymous said...

Hes cute Sweetie. Love seeing all your grandkids. I will be lucky if I get one someday.LOL, My girls so far dont want any.The oldest her husband has 3 already.My youngest who is 23 just doesnt want any for a long time she said.UGH! Im looking forwward to having a grandson,since I think thats what I lost between the 2 girls.

Shelia said...

I can see why you're proud of Tyler! He's a good looking young man, takes pride in his car, works to pay his own insurance and is active in a sport he loves.
I have to tell you, I scrolled down and saw your new pressure cooker! Yummy, do you have more dinner ready!
Sweetie you are a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Neabear said...

I have enjoyed reading about your wonderful family. Thanks for sharing.

Ruthie said...

What a great family you have.
Thanks for introducing them to us.

Judy said...

Such a good looking boy and sounds like a very responsible one, too. I bet his younger brother loves hanging out with him and riding in that car. How nice to have a great brother to look up to.

Elizabeth said...

I am a middle school teacher and I totally agree w/ you about the skateboarders. It is definitely an extreme sport requiring a person to be physically fit everywhere! And the perseverance to learn with the yucky bloody scrapes as they try new moves. In my town they converted 2 public tennis courts into a skate park. It keeps the kids off the sidewalks and away from the businesses and it encourages older kids to teach the younger.
My nephews are 13 and I am taking them to the extreme sports show as their Christmas gift.

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