Molding a lump of clay

Molding a lump of clay
I am a work in progress, molded by my Maker, refined by His fire, shaped with His love. Walk the journey with me.

Thursday, November 13, 2008

Newsflash!! The Caped Crusader hangs up his coat

The Caped Crusader with Great Granny Margie

The Caped Crusader in the forest

The Caped Crusader picking peaches

From Aug 15th through Oct 30th, the Caped Crusader, aka Noah Wright, fearlessly protected the Wright family on their travels around the Pacific Northwest (USA) and the city of Boston (UK). With undaunted courage, the Caped Crusader defended against potential enemies at the beach, in the speedboat, near the campfire, on the Hiawatha trail, at the park, and even in the dangerous aisles of Wal-Mart and Tesco. Always alert and ready for danger, the Caped Crusader refused to be caught with his guard down, and wore his infamous Raincoat Cape around the clock, including in bed. The few times he reluctantly relinquished his Cape for washing, he diligently stood by the washer and dryer until the Cape was clean and dry, and immediately replaced it on his golden locks.

On Wednesday, the 29th of October, the Wright family returned to Uganda, but the Caped Crusader remained caped, even in the African heat. The following day, the Wrights drove to their family home in Arua. As they entered the compound, the welcoming group of friends and teammates surrounded the truck, jumping and ululating and waving leafy branches. The Caped Crusader remained in his car seat for several minutes, observing the pandemonium and surveying the landscape. Once he ascertained that they truly had reached home, he jumped out of the truck, leaving his faithful Cape still tangled in the car seat straps inside. He never put it on again.

His mission was complete. Noah Wright and his family were safely home.


2 comments:

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Heathcote Safari said...

Awesome post! Good on ya, Noah!!