Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Pre-MTC

Fry baby. Jordan needs to attend the pre-missionary tanning clinic.
  1. Wear your sunscreen
  2. Wear your sunscreen
  3. WEAR YOUR SUNSCREEN!

He went to the Padre day game and "forgot" his sunscreen. I'm the sunscreen police. It's not like we don't have any. At least he got a start on his missionary tan.

12 comments:

The Family Johnson said...

ouch!!!

Annemarie said...

Sweet lookin' lobster boy!

ferntyler said...

nothing better than a watch line! how was he supposed to know he could get a sunburn in the middle of the day?

Brandon and Tenille said...

Oh yes you think you are the sunscreen police I think my mom wins for that. I know its because of the melanoma in our family but she is a little over board. When she hears that I went somewhere outside first question did you wear sunscreen. Ok mom I am almost 27 and a mom I dont need reminders I am a big girl. Hahaha we love our mommys though for the reminders...

Ilene said...

Um, he's coming to Boise, right?

This is land of wearing socks with sandals; the bad tan line will be the least of your fashionista worries.

Oh, I do like it here, I promise.

Nancy said...

That looks painful! When does he enter the MTC?

Hazen5 said...

Poor thing. Send that boy to the tanning booth to get his neck ready for his new tan line! Cause that's about the only thing that's gonna see the sun!

Jen said...

It is a good thing he is going to Boise. Wait, doesn't the sun reflect off the snow.Hmmmm?!?!

Jennie said...

Yeah, cause it's so dang hot in Boise, it's a good thing he's got a base now.

Paige said...

I thought the ONLY thing they did pre-MTC was making out. At least he's taking a break from that my going to the ball game!

volcom_LC said...

ouch! that could definitely rival the mean ssunburn R got while canyoneering this weekend. helloooo?? white skin and the sun are not the best of friends. will my husband ever learn??

Kenny and Linsey said...

That collection of sunscreen looks like mine and my husband always gets burned. I'm going to be so mad at him if he ever gets skin cancer - I'll try to be sympathetic without saying "I told you so" a million times.