Since we will be at Canton on our youngest sons, Timothy Dwayne Roffe (a.k.a. Tim) 39th birthday October 28th, we want to take this opportunity to wish him a big Happy Birthday! We are real proud of him. Not only is he partly responsible for giving us our first Granddaughter, he’s been a great Father, and Provider for his family. So, Son have a great day and remember you are one year from the BIG 40!!!
Tim is probably going to be upset with me but I would like to share a several funnies when he was younger. 1) Sandy took him to the doctor for up date on his shots and she accidently locked the car with the keys in the ignition. She fretted what to do and a man drove up and parked next to them. Tim said… “ that man has some keys ask him if you can borrow his to unlock the car”.
2) This guy just loved riding his big wheels (he wore out three or four). This little guy just drove the wheels off them. You could hear him coming from the noise they made due to their plastic wheels.3) Tim did not like anyone going into his bed room especially Holly our Schnauzer. We always knew when he would eat an apple. He would drop the core into the garbage can. When he left his room Holly would go in turn the garbage can over and proceed to eat and leaving a mess. Then when Tim returned we could hear Hollyeeeeeeeeeee!
4) When he was small we took him and his older brother Tony to Six Flags in Dallas TX. Not a good place to go with him as Tim did not like long lines and rides with any height to them. If he wanted to do a ride we literally had to force him to stand in the long lines. They had a parachute jump which I made him ride. He screamed “bloody murder” all the way down. Looking back now this was not a funny as this could have caused the little guy to have had heart failure.
There are many more stories I could share about this guy, but I believe I’ve shared enough for now. Tim what a difference 39 years have made. You have grown into a fine young responsible man. Sandy and I are very proud of you. We send our Love on this special day.
Until next time….MtnAire Travlers.