Dude. This is just plain tongue-tastic!

We ran across an article from “Psychology today” that says the tongue is the most important sex organ. It says “As an actual sexual pleasuring organ, the tongue is unequalled. It is by far the most versatile muscle in the body capable of amazing feats of agility, strength, and delicacy.”
Couldn’t argue with that 🙂

It’s been impossibly busy around here the last week. We’ve had lots of snow – but not enough for a school “snow day” – much to the kids disappointment. We did take one afternoon off and took all the teachers and kids over to a big hill for sledding and snow boarding. Jim and Carol brought over fresh home made donuts and hot chocolate and we had a blast!
The gang is getting together tonight at Ty and Damien’s place to watch the KU-Kentucky game… then everyone will be gathering at Hawks Nest tomorrow for the Chiefs-Bengals. We love our Jayhawks and Chiefs but are really nervous about these games. GO TEAMS! xoxo Ben

What these dudes need is a good tongue-lashing!

Hi, guys. It’s David. The past few weeks have been ridiculously busy for Keon and me. Our business is booming and we’ve had little free time so we’ve left the URD postings to Ben, Rick and Beto. They’ve been doing a great job but I thought maybe it was time for me to get back to it. Ummm. What to post? How about some boys using their tongues for the best of all purposes 🙂

We’re headed over to the “Rainbow aerie” in a few minutes. Dante and Silas are having a big party there this evening. The house isn’t finished yet but the deck and hot tub are, so it’ll be an outdoor party on the deck. There’ll be hamburgers and hotdogs and tons of other good food… then a chance for the kids to try out the hot tub. Later in the evening, Denise and Scott are taking the kids over to their home at Koala Cove for a sleep over, so the “adults” can break out the smoke and margaritas and give the (10 person) hot tub a try. We’ll be sure to give you a report!

Dude. This is tonguetastic!

As we know, the tongue is a wonderful and amazing thing. It’s vital for chewing and swallowing food, as well as for speech. It has many nerves that detect and transmit taste signals to the brain. The four common tastes are sweet, sour, bitter, and salty.
O.K. these are the commonly recognized purposes of the tongue. We’re betting you guys have found other valuable uses. Please let us know your favorites. xoxo David and Ben