I took Duffy with me to the Rays/A's game last night. And since yesterday was International Star Wars Day, We decided to have some fun.
Sorry the pics are so big but I'm too lazy to resize them.
Duffy-Wan Kenobi is ready to defend Tropicana Field (aka The Trop)!
But first... a little coloring!
Ta-Da! It's a masterpiece! They tacked it up on the wall with all the other colored pictures!
Not much going on yet, but Duffy-Wan is ready!
Got a ball during batting practice! Actually, we got 2 and there's a really funny story behind one, but not one I could probably share on a family-oriented forum.
Ready to defend the Trop! Bring it, Oakland!
We had a good view (2nd row in right field)!
Pulled pork nachos! OM NOM NOM!
David Price is a pitching another gem! (He ended up with 12 strikeouts!)
Oh boy... Reeses!
We moved over to left field and hung out with some friends who were over there. Still a good view.
The Rays are ahead 7-2... think we're gonna win?
After Friday games, they do a thing called the Center Field Shuffle, where fans can cut through center field (since the outfield is Astroturf and not real grass) and hang out. They give you 20 minutes on the field. They set up a DJ booth, Raymond (the mascot) is out posing for pics and it's just FUN!
Where do I sign up to play shortstop?
It's DJ Fresh!
OMG! A Rays piggy!
Hi Rays piggy! You're cute!
Mission accomplished... The Trop has been defended! The Rays won and still have the best record in MLB!
that is a wonderful picture of Duffy and Shellie May Sue Kruse wish that we could have been there to see them, they look beautiful
Duff Duff and I headed out to see the Avengers yesterday and he loved the Captain America costume from Bab and just had to have it (we wanted to love Iron man too but sadly it wasn't as well made as we would have liked)
I always daydreamed of Duffy walking around the streets of Tokyo. I also wondered what kind of outfit he should wear, so I made a sketch of his Tokyo Urban outfit.
Colored the sun gold and the clouds done the way Japanese artists do in many of their famous works in silver. On the top I colored the Mickey head red but left the entire field white to represent the Japanese flag.
For his pants, I used red as the primary color but shaded lightly. On the left part of the pants is the familiar Mickey paw print. On the right is the four crossed diamond mon (emblem) of the Takeda clan.
And just like the most recent outfits released at Tokyo DisneySea, I have designed the shoes to include the Mickey Paw Prints on the sole of his shoes.