The Kizer household loooooooves Farmer Jason, and we took a small road trip to Dickson to see him tonight. Farmer Jason is a regular on PBS with his catchy tunes that educate. Every time he comes on tv, Chloe stops what she is doing and starts groovin’. Matt already knew of Farmer Jason from Jason and the Scorchers. They were trying to make it big in the late 80’s/early 90’s, and even though they were loved locally, they didn’t make it. At the time, Jason was sad leaving his 2 preschool girls while touring, so he made them a CD of silly, educational songs to listen to while he was gone. And from there, Farmer Jason was born.
Farmer Jason played at a fine arts festival tonight in Dickson, so we loaded up and headed out. It was hot, dry, and dusty but perfect for some tunes with Farmer Jason.
While we were listening to Farmer Jason, Chloe ate, danced, played in the dirt, and ate some more.
Cole was a happy boy!
At this point, Chloe was very hot and very sweaty. Her straps kept falling down, and yes, that is her booby she’s exposing.
I have never really thought that Cole was going to have cheeks as big as Chloe….. until I took this picture! So, so, so kissable!
After the show, Farmer Jason signed autographs, took pictures, etc…. He was very sweet and nice to Chloe even though Chloe wanted NOTHING to do with him. He laughed and thought she was funny because she wanted far, far away him.
And here she is running away from him.
At the end of the night, Chloe was a complete mess. Her hair was soaked with sweat, her face was covered in dirt, both of her straps were off her shoulders exposing both of her boobies, and she was begging for more food. The next pictures give you a glimpse.
On the way home (which was a 45 minute drive), there was about a three minute stretch where Chloe sang, “The tractor goes chug, chug, chug,” (lyrics to our favorite Farmer Jason song) over and over and over without ever stopping. Yep….. delirium setting in. When she stopped, in her very best Elivs voice, she said, “Thank ya. Thank ya very much.” Her Daddy and I were cracking up.
The sun was setting in our rear view mirror on the drive through Lieper’s Fork, and it was so pretty I had Matt pull over so I could get a picture.
Before we got home, we stopped at the liquor store that was not close to our house. Matt ran in to get some wine, and who was there? Nannie and Big Poppa! Funny that we both stopped at the same liquor store that wasn’t close to either of our houses. Random, but Chloe and Cole were happy to end the day with a quick peep at their grandparents.
Needless to say, neither kid gave us any trouble going to bed tonight. If only they would sleep late in the morning, but I’m sure Cole will grace us with his presence at 6 A. M.