Ed Thomas on Grand Kids

Grand kids, don’t you love them?! My wife and I have said that if we had known how much fun they were, we would have had them first. We have nine grand children. My granddaughter, Grace, came to visit recently. She and I were on our way to MacDonald’s when we came upon a very serious accident. I said to her that it looked pretty bad and we should say a prayer. I heard her say,” Dear Lord, please don’t let the accident be blocking the entrance to MacDonald’s.

On the way home, I inadvertently blew the car horn. I said “Sweety, I didn’t mean to blow the horn”. She said, “I know Grand Pa.” I said “How did you know?” She said,”Because you didn’t shout, “Get off the road, you stupid idiot. Where did you learn to drive, anyway?”

Recently, we went to visit my grand kids in N.C. As we got out of the car, one of my grandson’s friends asked him who we were. He said, “They’re my Grandparents. They live at the airport. When we want to see them, my Dad goes to the airport to pick them up and when we get tired of them, he takes them back there.”

My grandson, Luke, kept staring at me. I said,” Why do you keep looking at me?” He said “My Mom said that you are a self-made man.” I said “I guess that I am.” He said, “I was wondering why you didn’t do a better job.”


Ed Thomas and Hugo Performing on Sunday September 23rd

Be sure to see us performing on Sunday, September 23rd with special guests, Legendary Bev Bergeron and Crazy Larry Larkin.

It’s at the Taste, 717 W. Smith Street, Orlando.

See you there!


 

  • Ed Thomas and Hugo

    Ventriloquist Ed Thomas and Hugo
    Ed Thomas and Hugo

  • About Ed Thomas

    Since 1947, Ed Thomas and Hugo have been entertaining theater audiences and TV views throughout the United States. They were the first ventriloquist act to perform on TV in the State of Maine.

    They headlined at Fairs, Conventions, Home shows, Sports shows, etc. The pair has appeared on many talk shows and were regular guests on the Sunnydale Farm Show. They have also appeared in many TV commercials.

    Dr. Horace P. Goodfellow is a humorist and storyteller character created by Ed Thomas. ‘Doc Goodfellow’ has been featured on radio and TV as well as banquets and conventions throughout the United States and Canada. His stories of the “goings on” in his little town of Potato Bend, Maine, have been carried in newspapers throughout New England.

  • Book Your Next Event

    Call Ed Thomas Direct

    Ed:  (407) 332-7233

    Hugo:  (407) 463-9863

  • Book You Next Event

    Call Ed Thomas Direct

    Ed:  (407) 332-7233

    Hugo:  (407) 463-9863

    About Ed Thomas

    Since 1947, Ed Thomas and Hugo have been entertaining theater audiences and TV views throughout the United States. They were the first ventriloquist act to perform on TV in the State of Maine.

    They headlined at Fairs, Conventions, Home shows, Sports shows, etc. The pair has appeared on many talk shows and were regular guests on the Sunnydale Farm Show. They have also appeared in many TV commercials.

    Dr. Horace P. Goodfellow is a humorist and storyteller character created by Ed Thomas. ‘Doc Goodfellow’ has been featured on radio and TV as well as banquets and conventions throughout the United States and Canada. His stories of the “goings on” in his little town of Potato Bend, Maine, have been carried in newspapers throughout New England.

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