This blue shirt reminds me of a funny story. I don't want to forget this story so, I'm putting it here on my blog to save
It's Zac's shirt but, back in the day, Michael had one like it. Infact, at one time, Michael had this shirt and so did Zac, they were just way different sizes.
Michael size adult small (age 20)
Zac size 10-12( age 12)
Michaels buddy from the sixth grade, Matt, was getting married.
( Here are Michael and Matt at the eighth grade dance. They used to be inseparable. Our whole family just loved Matt. He was a great friend to Michael!)
Michael was going to be singing at Matt and Sarah's wedding. It was out of town. I believe in Live Oak. Michael was in a hurry to get on the road to the wedding as he was going to be singing at it. In his haste getting dressed, he had his pants, belt, shoes and t-shirt on. He was going to just take his coat and shirt and put it on when he arrived so, they wouldn't be wrinkled
.( Michael and Zac at that time were sharing a closet.)
So, Michael travels a couple of hours to the wedding. Makes it on time. Gets his guitar out of the car, his shirt and coat to put on. But, what he finds is..................
He grabbed Zac's shirt by accident. Zac was 12.He is 20. There is a HUGE size difference in these brothers! So....what to do? The wedding is about to start. There is no store near for a quick trip to get new shirt so....He does the best he can and wears this shirt the whole time. Ha he he he haaaa! He says he can barely get the shirt buttoned and his arms won't hardly move either. Can you imagine playing the guitar when your arms will hardly move? It was really funny! And makes Matt and Sarahs wedding really memorable!
This is how much size difference there was between them when the "wedding/shirt" incident occured.
Zac and Michael 2000 If that happened today, they can share clothes but, back then....hee heeee. It just still makes me laugh. This is one of my favorite brother pictures of them. Hope you got a chuckle out of my shirt story.
I am so thankful for all the memories of these brothers growing up.