27 Feb 2008

Stress Relief & Learning to Cook with Dad

Author: Bobby Valentine | Filed under: Bobby's World

Stress Relief…

A Work of Art …

Learning to Cook With Dad

16 Responses to “Stress Relief & Learning to Cook with Dad”

  1. Carisse Says:

    If not for your own sake, but for theirs, get a helmet.

  2. Stoned-Campbell Disciple Says:

    I agree

  3. kingdomseeking Says:

    I wear a helmet too. Any ways, from one rider to another… Enjoy!


  4. James Says:

    that machine looks sharp.

    So, who is the best cook? Was Rachel Ray’s cook book any help?

  5. Stoned-Campbell Disciple Says:

    I love Rachael Ray’s book. If I can do it then anyone can.

  6. Zack Says:

    Glad you and your girls enjoyed yourselves! All that food makes me hungry. God bless you and your family!

  7. Matthew Says:

    Good for you Bobby, I always had bikes when I was a teenager. Have fun.

  8. preacherman Says:

    Have fun riding that cool bike. Protect that theologian brain of yours. 🙂

  9. Joshua L. Pappas Says:

    Nice. Makes me hungry.

  10. stress Says:

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  11. Chris Gallagher Says:

    Are you sure you are teaching them or are they teaching you?

    Praying for your stress!

  12. Anonymous Says:

    Oh Great, now I need to change your name. Just when I boxed you in as Our Yoda! Now we shall knight you, “The Spiritual Gangster.” Hmm, someone else I know goes by many names? Oh yea, Our Lord!

    Your family gets more beautiful by the day. Hey, you think Rachel may cook up a few books someday? That kids got a gift for it.

    Take Care,
    Penney Winiarski

  13. Anonymous Says:

    See? I’m not the only one who can’t see the Harley for the lack of a helmet. 🙂

    The cooking, on the other hand, is easier to appreciate!

    Jeanne H

  14. Dee Andrews Says:

    Get a helmet and be careful on your bike while you’re driving around that beautiful place, okay?! As a former insurance claims adjuster (before law school), I handled several bad bike accidents and had to go visit the victims – the riders AND their families – in the hospital and it left lasting memories with me.

    Just warning because we love you!

    Your girls are getting prettier, and more talented, all the time. Good job, there, dad – teaching them to cook! ha! I’m impressed.

    You are a man of many talents. Who knew?!

    Much love,


  15. David Kirk Says:

    Thank you for stopping by my blog. You have a great blog name.

  16. Vonnie Says:

    I agree with everyone who said “get a Helmet”
    The pictures of the girls are great – almost as cute as they are in person.

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