May 14, 2010


Being born in raised in Indiana you don't think twice about the month of May, it just oozes racing. You can't escape racing The Indy 500 is every where, including Kindergarten. Today was the KINDY 500 at Jett's school and it was way too cute. Every child in the classes got to go twice on the big wheels, and whoever finished first won, well Jett's class won! It was a lot of fun and we had a blast cheering on the class!


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