Voldemort where are you?

So at some point after watching the opening ceremonies and enjoying the British children’s story portion I wondered what would become of all the the costumes and props and such. I didn’t really give much thought what would happen to Voldemort after his cameo in the opening ceremonies but the low and behold I was watching the coverage the other night and I saw this…

While I am watching I often pause and go back after a few chores or when I am done with a phone call or something. Sometimes you catch an image that can surprise you and this was for sure one of those times. Lining up to try to take down Michael Phelps and Ryan Lochte in the Men’s 200 Im final (at least on my TV screen) was good old “He who can not be named” himself…In reality it was Hungarian swimmer Laszlo Cseh who in is own right is a fine athlete and has won 5 olympic medals. On this night though while doing his Voldemort imitation he would lose the battle. Wands down please gentlemen…

 

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About Jim Herbert

I've been wanting to write my whole life. By age 45 it had amounted to nothing more than a storage locker of half full journals and a lot of unfulfilled dreams. Then Paris in the fall of 2011 happened. It was the catalyst I needed to consistently blog. At first I had a hard time hitting the publish button, but now two blog sites and over 300 posts later I'm hitting my stride. I'm also a budding speech writer. I've recently been heavily involved in the Chicago Storytelling scene and have also won the Chicago Toastmasters Area 66 International Speech Contest. Check out our website at www.emergingintojoy.com for more details about the amazing things that are happening in my life. A book or two are nearing completion. With another Paris trip on tap for Easter of 2015 I can only imagine that there are Infinite Possibilities on the horizon!!!
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