December 12, 2010


Rainy Sunday

Bah. Damned rain.

But forget that, and read Sarah's column today. Tell me this isn't every single photo you had taken as a kid. Unless you had a perfect childhood, in which case, why are you here amongst the rest of us?

More later.

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5 Comments:

Anonymous buzzwhack said...

Ideally with digital cams this would never happen. Unfortunately, human beings are lousy, blackmailing creatures full of mirth from other people's suffering so these bad pics will just proliferate onto facebook, the web, everywhere. Know and trust your camera person. Either that or have a couple of good candid shots of him before he ever clicks the trigger on you.

December 12, 2010 10:21 AM  
Blogger OmemeeOzzie said...

Snowing up here - again (still?)

My 'word' is puricat

December 12, 2010 1:09 PM  
Blogger Chris Brown (not the felon) said...

**sigh** Our family Christmas picture this year has me in a bathing suit and torn T-shirt, my wife in wet shorts and too big a shirt, and both daughters are in too short shorts and too small T-shirts. But Tobi... our dearly departed dog is in it.

Tears, yes. But smiles too. She will be with us in spirit this Christmas and we wanted all our friends to know it.

December 13, 2010 3:37 PM  
Blogger OmemeeOzzie said...

It's much later and still no more?

December 14, 2010 7:34 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That is very funny. I religously took my kids to Sears for their Christmas pictures for years. Bribed them with dinner at McDonals afterwards if they were good. One year they were horrible and I kept my promise of no dinner out if they didn't behave. Then realized on the way home, that meant I had to cook something! When the day came to pick up the pictures, they were actually quite good and I felt like such a heel.
I haven't had them done in a few years now but I think its time again. Do teenagers still cry for pictures??? Maybe I'll get in the picture for a change!

December 14, 2010 9:59 AM  

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