It was in Fl. when I taught him how to drive. It was so crazy that I ended up taking him to a cementary so he couldn\'t do any damage. Then I let him drive home on the roads from there. I was so happy when he finally got his license and I didn\'t have to drive himto work or pick him up anymore.
Sorry about your loss. You don't mention what happened to Josh. Just sending my wishes to the family and friends. Too young to die. God Bless
He used to drive me nuts with his jokes. He put saran wrap on the toilet one year, he taped the sprayer on the kitchen sink one year so when you turned on the water you got sprayed. Then there was the usual sugar and salt trick. But the best one was one year he didn't do anything, but I spent the whole day walking though the house like it was bobbie trapped and he watched and laughted all day at me until he finally told me that this year he was going to be nice and not do anything. That was the best one of all...That is the kind of person he was almost all the time though.
He had a stuffed animal named poopsie and you couldn't go anywhere without him. One day we left the house without poopsie and had to trurn around and go back home to get him. Well Poopsie was found a few years back by his sister Jamie in her toy box and he remembered him right away. Ia m sure they had a good laught about that stuffed animal/